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Eco-photos of the week April 19-25
Researchers have discovered that there's enough power in living trees to run an electric circuit.
A few miles from Washington's Interstate 90 is a pristine waterfall. At the base sit two old analog TVs and a computer monitor.
A handful of entrepreneurs have created services that pay you to keep your electronics out of the landfill.
It's time to recycle those dance steps.
Peter Dykstra counts down his top 20 eco-songs. Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica, and a few other strange bands make the cut.
MNN dispatches our very own Katy Rank Lev to New York to give you the on-the-ground action from the convention floor.
With the digital transition delayed, now's the perfect time to green your screen.
Green gadgets are eco-friendly electronic devices for personal use. On this page you can find information on both green electronic and green practices for dealing with regular electronic devices.
Feds and '60 Minutes' double-team suspected eco-villain.
Appliances -- also known as energy vampires -- keep drawing power even when they're off.
Some high-definition sets are huge electricity hogs and can use as much as 500 kilowatt hours a year.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.