Renewable Energy Videos
Dec. 11, 1997: US signs Kyoto Protocol
Several countries met in Japan to sign the agreement in an effort to reduce global warming.
World reacts to adoption of Kyoto Protocol
In this video from Dec. 11, 1997, ABC News explains how the global warming agreement may affect Americans.
Tesla helps turn power back on in Puerto Rico
Company provides solar power to children's hospital after Hurricane Maria devastation.
Conservationist groups announce commitment to retire coal
Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Sierra Club plan to invest in renewable energy in response to the Trump administration's roll-back of the Clean Power Plan.
Potential 15-foot storm surge could hit parts of Florida
it is dangerously windy. Stay safe, both of you, and your teams. Let's bring in David Muir. Who will be leading our coverage on the the ground. David is in Naples. They're feeling the effects of Irma and bracing for a devastating storm surge. Up to 15 feet. David, good morning to you. Morning,
Countdown to the historic total eclipse
Parts of 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina will be cast into sudden darkness by the moon's shadow.
States prepare for potential power surge amid solar eclipse
Experts warn that when sunlight returns after the eclipse, there will be a sudden surge of power which could overload power systems.
Airline bumping at lowest rate in over a decade, new data shows
In the first half of 2017, airlines involuntarily bumped passengers at the lowest rate in over a decade, according to newly released data from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
NYC launches $32 million plan to reduce rat population
New York City announced a $32 million multiagency plan on Wednesday to reduce its rat population.
Wildfires burn across 11 states
ABC News' meteorologist Rob Marciano reports on the severe threat of at least 40 active fires in western states.