Learn how green computer technology, electronics recycling and green IT are saving the planet one byte at a time.
Video: Hulu.com allows viewers to see hundreds of TV shows and movies legally -- and many of them are green.
NWS launches new program that enables anyone with a cell phone to become a weather ambassador and help improve the accuracy of local forecasts.
When your office gets a computer upgrade, chances are the old machines are stuffed in a broom closet. But Dell offers end-of-life care and recycling for those aging computers.
Want to know what to do with your old computer? Dell's free recycling program will take it off your hands and keep it out of the landfill.
From computers to laptops to eco-certifications, we have the answers you're looking for.
Scientist reveals just how much energy video games use -- and what consumers can do to make them more eco-friendly.
Satellite images that track levels of deforestation could be used in the fight against climate change.
New Security Beat blog gets a 2009 Global Media Award for posts on international population issues and how they affect the environment.
Our media columnist’s newborn son wonders how he’ll get information when he’s all grown up.
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Website lets renters find a pad with environmentally conscious features such as dual-flush toilets, compact fluorescent lights.
Google Earth 5.0, now with oceans, is changing conservation in Baja California and around the world.
Environmental activists are bringing problems (and solutions) right to your desktop via Google Earth.
DateForTrees.com tackles the root problem of meeting eco-friendly singles.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.