Understand how advancements in environmental research and innovation are changing the world.
The good, the smart and the funny.
Passive solar heating makes a comeback at San Francisco gathering.
Better for your business,better for the planet
Strong, light nanoengineered concrete in development at MIT could accomplish one-fifth of the Kyoto Protocol goal.
Two fair trade pioneers get into the carbon market.
Elephant Journal's video interview with Michael Pollan on the future of healthy food.
Ultra-efficient bulbs could make even compact-fluorescent lights obsolete.
Climate activists call for action to strengthen the most important piece of environmental legislation in history.
President Obama calls for task force to help save the oceans.
Kite-like turbines flying 30,000 feet into the air could generate electricity from high-altitude winds.
NREL’s new Research Support Facilities basement maze will help cut energy use by two-thirds.
Top awards in last month's Intel International Science Fair go to Tseng I-Ching from Taiwan who discovered 'red bacterium' that metabolizes polystyrene.
PhDs have been searching for a solution to the plastic waste problem, and this 16-year-old finds the answer.
It appears Walmart is getting very serious about greening its chain of 66,000 suppliers.
Uh oh. The A-list star gets caught red-handed posting the 'White Mike' shark.
If you've ever wondered how much the 'stuff' in your life impacts the environment, this is the chart for you.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.