Learn how green computer technology, electronics recycling and green IT are saving the planet one byte at a time.
Backing up critical files can reduce headache later.
The Deepwater Horizon incident is set to surpass the Exxon Valdez spill as the worst oil disaster in U.S. history. The EPA, the Coast Guard and Department of Homeland Security are providing breaking updates and resources online.
Gadget-minded gardeners can ID plants, track harvests and even design plots. They still have to pull the weeds, though.
Google stays on the cutting edge by keeping the grass on its campus trimmed with a herd of 200 goats.
Dell makes donation to The Conservation Fund to plant up to 150,000 trees on behalf of Facebook fans.
The Climate Project, founded by Al Gore, is launching a new website designed for teens who want to live greener and fight climate change.
James Cameron and Sigourney Weaver go to Brazil and stall (for now) the Bel Money dam project.
The government plans to connect nearly all Finns by the end of 2015.
A major milestone for the Planet 100 team ... 100 episodes. Woot!
New report lauds companies like Tiffany and Sears that have banned dirty gold, but 4 out of 5 jewelry manufacturers still use it. The 'No Dirty Gold' campaign hopes to change that.
HP unveils a breakthrough in powerful computer chip technology that can process data, store memory and stack 3-dimensionally ... just like a brain synapse.
Recent Greenpeace videos inciting civil disobedience have summoned the wrath of an anti-environmental cyber army that is framing Greenpeace as a terrorist organization.
This week Planet100 counts down the top 5 naked protests. What would you strip for?
Pepsi Refresh Project uses social media to get across its new brand message -- you can change the world ... if a giant corporation pays for it.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.