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80 million watermelons are left to rot each year. Now there's a way to turn them into ethanol.
DOE head Steven Chu praises the benefits of whitewashing roofs to reduce energy consumption.
500 square miles of Appalachian forest is gone forever due to illegal mountaintop mining, and the EPA doesn't seem to mind.
One blogger's perspective on the recent 'success' of Wisconsin's carbon capture pilot program.
Memorial Day marks the birthday of a pedestrian-friendly Times Square and a new green vision for New York City.
Side-by-side in harsh conditions, scientists from 46 nations work together to understand what lies ahead for Antarctica.
In his final "Media Mayhem" column, Peter Dykstra looks out across the environmental journalism landscape and reflects on what he sees.
The pesky termite could hold the key to creating a green energy future.
By mixing the gas with calcium powder, Carbon Sciences is transforming CO2 into calcium carbonate, which is found in everything from toothpaste to plastics.
As private space tourism nears launch, some companies are climbing to new heights for less-polluting rockets.
E-waste like computers and TVs isn't cheap or easy to recycle, but environmental scientists are fine-tuning a solution that could revolutionize the industry.
OPT harnesses ocean power with some bright yellow buoys (VIDEO).
Hearth and Home Technologies says 100 million homes can be heated sustainably with wood pellets.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.