Understand how alternative energy and renewable resources are changing our world, from geothermal to nuclear.
Two MIT grad students propose using crowds of people to harness energy.
Being eco-minded on Earth Day is like being merry on Christmas. It's to be expected. But here are seven things you can actually do to wake you from your eco-slumber.
BETTER WAYS TO MAKE AND USE ELECTRICITY
A family tweets about its energy use -- down to the watt.
Green's weekly blog carnival swings its way through MNN town, leaving a bounty of good green links, bloggers, writers, and discoveries.
When it comes to wind power, size matters. Small wind turbines just don't make the cut.
New online marketplaces offer everything from home biodiesel processors to reclaimed lumber.
With a leftover pizza box, some aluminum foil, and a few other household supplies you can build your own simple solar oven.
Every year unsolicited emails are responsible for creating the same amount of greenhouse gas emissions as 3,100,000 cars.
What is it and how can I install it?
Oslo, Norway, will test a system in 2010 that powers city buses with methane created by fermenting human waste. Not a crappy idea.
Is it really better for Utah residents than storing at Yucca Mountain?
A look at the new kid on the biofuel block.
A system that will cut U.S. energy consumption for everyone.
Little green monsters or clean energy to save the world?
Appliances—-cell phone chargers, desktop computers, computer monitors, televisions, cable boxes, coffee makers, clocks, and more—-drain energy anytime they’re plugged into a socket.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.