The U.S. and Canada rely on a different makeup of sources to generate their electricity. How does each state and province make theirs?
Countries around the world are looking to decarbonize, but Latin America is leading the charge in green energy usage.
The U.S. emits about 6 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases a year. Here's how these emissions rank by sector.
In 2021 coal-fired electricity generation reached all-time highs, rising 9% from the year prior. Here's what it'd take to phase it out of the energy mix.
Wind energy is the largest source of renewable electricity in North America. This graphic maps U.S. states by wind electricity generation.
Coal came under scrutiny for its high carbon emissions at COP26, but many countries are forecasted to increase coal production until 2024.