Understand how advancements in environmental research and innovation are changing the world.
The answer will surprise you... unless you already know your water footprint.
Shocking report from the Department of Energy might dampen enthusiasm for the nuclear industry.
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After premiering The Cove, Broome severs ties with its sister city, Taiji, sparking an international controversy that may end dolphin hunting in Japan.
The 3rd annual Green Grades report card holds big office supply companies accountable for their sometimes questionable paper sourcing.
The green blogosphere pays homage to a senator who has done much for the environment.
Growing demand for energy efficiency and energy management has created an unprecedented job opportunity for certified carbon managers. And the 'Carbon Boom' has not even begun.
Take a load off -- literally -- at a weightless space hotel designed by British graduate students.
Vanishing wetlands pose an increased risk of hurricane damage in the season to come. Gulf Restoration Network has a solution.
Sanitation expert who designed green, efficient toilet receives this year’s Stockholm Water Prize.
Yet another must-see environmental film of 2009.
First North American Biochar Convention pulls in top Obama brass and puts this fledgling industry on the map.
Readers Digest flies into the eye of a hurricane. Now you can follow all the storm action online.
In the name of research, our intrepid columnist is joining online communities like there's no tomorrow. What he found, though, is that it can actually help build a better tomorrow.
Major brands continue to fund hate speech in the midst of major green makeovers. Will they be called out?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announces official Yucca Mountain closure. What does it mean for the nuclear industry?
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.