Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Are clean soil, air and water considered basic human rights? More people are starting to think so.
The Department of Energy is hard at work making the U.S. energy efficient. Unfortunately, it failed its own energy audit.
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The Yangtze River in China is piling up behind the massive Three Gorges Dam. Now satellite photos show us exactly how the rising waters are changing the ecosystem.
Carbon offsets could work in Indonesia, "clean coal" is a fantasy, beer companies are going greener, and can car factories really be local?
The Dept of Energy estimates 75 percent of electronics energy consumption occurs while those devices are off, but new products can monitor usage.
Zegna Sport’s solar jacket is lightweight, waterproof and the solar cells on your neoprene collar feed a rechargeable battery that works with a range of adapters.
The green movement could learn a lot from the video game industry. Why aren't we keeping score?
Oil giant claims ‘no viable alternatives’ will emerge in the next century.
The University of New Hampshire completed a project that uses local landfill gas to power and heat its campus.
Tom Brokaw chats with Green for All CEO, about her plan to convince Congress to pass the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009.
Muddy water may hold the key to producing clean energy.
Glow in the dark monkeys, green beer, old timey trains, mountaintop removal mining, and watermelon powered cars. Oh my.
DIY tutorial helps you generate renewable power with just a handful of parts.
Designers and engineers are creating innovative, efficient solutions inspired by nature.
The electric utility has donated nearly $1 million since 2006 to restore and preserve wetlands.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.