Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
The work of military researchers in pursuit of a more efficient way to defeat their enemies has plenty of implications for modern life.
In a rare interview, Santa reveals why he's sick of so much 'stuff.' He's donning a green suit and delivering clean energy as a gift instead.
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I’m making this trek to ask Maine Gov. Paul LePage to lead, follow, or get out of the way of clean energy development in my state.
Home Depot will take your old, broken or used incandescent light strings to be recycled, and offer a discount on LEDs in return. (But hurry, because it ends soon.)
Sorry, but classical just won't cut it: British scientists find that experimental, low-cost zinc oxide solar cells are 40 percent more productive when blaring pop and rock music is involved.
Waves crash against massive wind turbines perched on a jetty in Boulogne-sur-mer, France.
In terms of companies with solar capacity, Costco and Kohl's are next in line.
Amy Smart, Justin Chatwin, Wendie Malick and Ed Begley Jr. for the Environmental Media Association.
Microsoft is the latest in a long line of tech companies making a serious play in the renewable energy sector.
People have been talking about going off-grid for decades. But what about building your own grid?
Not all of us can put solar panels on our houses, but we can still support renewable energy. Here's how.
Utilities and renewable energy advocates are too often at loggerheads. eLab encourages them to collaborate.
Actress and activist Debra Winger explains to Baldwin why she decided to join the fight against the natural gas industry's controversial drilling techniques.
Nestled in a valley between steep mountains, the town of Rjukan, Norway, receives very little of the sun's rays between September and March.
ooklyn's Red Hook Recreation Center is unveiled as the first of Global Green's Solar for Sandy resiliency sites which, thanks to funding by IKEA, will transform the facility into a safe haven for the community during future storms.
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