Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Citizens of Boulder, Colorado, are fighting to deny the pollution permit for a large coal plant located four miles from downtown.
We're halfway to Friday. Read up on coal ash waste, clothes line laws, Alaskan sea blobs and Burning Man.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
New England-based grocery store chain Hannaford Bros. will open a LEED certified store in Maine.
This guest post from Max Gladwell explores some of the ways we can use social media to help charities. It's being posted simultaneously on over 100 blogs today.
New Balance is helping me give away three pairs of the new greener 070. It's scavenger hunt time!
Over 20 drunken, rowdy coal miners showed up at a party thrown by mountaintop removal critics, and cameras were there to film it all.
Environmentalists may have to resort to civil disobedience to fight the source of country’s biggest greenhouse gas. Daryl Hannah and James Hansen set an example.
The Sierra Club celebrates blocking 100 new coal fired power plants since 2001.
Connecticut inventor and tinkerer Dave Nichols thinks cars should run on biomass. He just might just be on to something.
It removes carbon dioxide from the air, improves soil quality and creates clean energy -- and it's surprisingly easy to come by.
Now you can offset the guilt of buying fast food with the gift of clean energy.
$2 billion investment put on hold by famed energy baron.
In which the blogger waxes about the pleasures of car-free living (and walking in the rain).
British designers have created LCD clocks that are powered by dead bugs and mice.
Psychologist says competition and social norms push people to live more sustainable lives.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.