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West Virginia power plant 'injects' carbon monoxide into the ground.
UCLA finds that paralyzed rats can walk and even run again after combination of treatments, giving hope to people with spinal cord injuries.
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Guest blogger Greg Wendt offers a recap of the sold-out Social Capital Markets conference in San Francisco.
First the Danes fund the largest wind company in the U.S. Now the Spaniards are set to open a 24-megawatt solar plant in California.
CRUDE the movie becomes a rallying point for a decades-long battle in one of the most important corporate social responsibility trials of all time.
New tags follow bits of garbage or recycling from home to final resting place.
Van Jones offers first public statement since his resignation and urges us to 'spread green jobs gospel.'
RAN targets Tar Sands oil with dramatic banner at Niagra Falls urging President Obama to 'just say no' to dirty oil.
New York Times releases shocking report about the state of American water and abuses by Bush-era EPA.
CRUDE becomes top grossing weekend film and Chevron releases allegedly falsified 'spy cam' footage of a bribery deal. How much weirder can it get?
A new book unwinds the history of coral reef science and examines the biggest controversy surrounding Darwin's theory of evolution.
Finally! The EPA declares that 79 mountaintop coal mining permits may violate the Clean Water Act.
'Americans for Prosperity' takes credit for Van Jones' ousting, and guess who is funding them? Big Oil.
Innovative solar start-up awarded $100,000 grant by the Department of Transportation for a new road system that could power America.
Violent assaults against tree-sitting protesters escalate, resulting in the resignation of two Massey security guards.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.