The UK is considering building a solar power station in space to help achieve net-zero emissions. Could it work? An engineer explains the pros and cons.
Companies often downsize products so they can keep prices unchanged during periods of high inflation. It's legal, but it can lead to customer complaints.
Colorado is experiencing the impacts of climate change with intensified droughts and wildfires. Here's what the US state is doing to tackle water scarcity.
U.S. inflation is at its highest since 1982, and that is before the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is factored in. Expect further rises in March
People in the US dread the yearly switch to daylight saving time. A neurologist discusses why and how the conversion could negatively affect our health.
The majority of Americans believe young adults have a harder time than their parents' generation in key areas like saving for the future or buying a home.
Blackouts would end for good if the US switched to 100% wind, water and solar energy, according to a Stanford University study. And that’s not the only benefit.
The western United States is thought to be in its worst megadrought for 1,200 years. Can a new project to put solar panels over canals turn things around?
Widespread restoration of bison to Northern Great Plains Tribal lands can help support food sovereignty and aid in the restoration of the prairie ecosystem.
Why are some cities better at attracting people and economic activity from around the world? The Global Power City Index explains it all.
By studying soil, scientists have revealed that the southwestern region of the United States is the driest it's been for over a millennium.
US business applications ramped up hugely in 2020 to unseen levels. The US Census Bureau's data shows what has happened with US entrepreneurship since then.
The Biden-Harris administration looks to shift the US economy to a low emissions one through investment, innovation and a push for green public procurement
Despite the US economy adding 467,000 jobs in January, the unemployment rate actually increased. An economics professor looks at what might be driving this trend.
Economist Rodney Ramcharan explains the theory behind why raising interest rates lowers inflation and also the ripple effect it can have.