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Environmental films normally screened only at film festivals can now be ordered in the Earth Cinema Circle film club.
The 4.4 million-year-old hominid skeleton found in Ethiopia pushes back the history of humankind by a million years.
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Minnesota's Macalester College reveals a grassroots sustainability plan.
The Internet giant is expanding its operations to work on software that will help better manage peak usage of electric cars.
Cement made from 'fly ash', a byproduct from coal-fired power plants, has a 90% lower carbon footprint, recycles industrial waste, and is more durable.
Though no agreements came to pass at Climate Week in New York, the stakes have become more clear.
The Zeno Supper Club led by chef Lee Anne Wong offered a scrumptious table of low-carbon goodies, all sourced form within 100 miles of Venice Beach, California.
In a second major blow to Mansanto and GMO crops, federal district court judge rules that biotech beets are not safe for planting.
Climate took center stage, but back in D.C. politicians were busy creating legislation to weaken the EPA in anticipation of its future regulatory power.
Sept. 25 marks the day we go into "nature debt" -- utilizing more than the year's supply of water, forest and agricultural resources.
Green businesses dominate this year's Top Entrepreneur contest in all categories. Vote for your favorite.
Shocking UN report indicates that 4x the number of people were displaced by climate change than by political conflict.
Probes confirm that traces of ice on the moon, though scant, are widespread.
20-25 senators are undecided on climate regulation. Now they are being hit with a wave of new climate ads urging them to support clean energy.
West Virginia power plant 'injects' carbon monoxide into the ground.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.