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Tue, Dec 17, 2013 9:26 PM
For knowledge workers, it's just plain unproductive to try to work 8 hours at a stretch.
The 2010 Winter Olympics kick off tonight in Vancouver, and the Richmond Olympic Oval is just one of its many green buildings.
Peter Busby, managing director of the award-winning sustainable architectural firm Perkins+Will, sits down with a Forbes magazine reporter to discuss the keys to green building.
One employee at the Environmental Protection Agency describes what it's like to work in a green building.
The U.S. Green Building Council's Green Building Basics and LEED online course is now available in Spanish.
The Center for American Progress is urging Congress to extend benefits and consider using TARP money to fund unemployment insurance.
Video: Transforming her South Bronx neighborhood from urban wasteland into an urban oasis, environmental activist Majora Carter has become an unstoppable force in the green movement. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
Teens and young adults are being severely impacted by the unemployment crisis, but the North Bay Eco-Workforce is training San Francisco youth to take advantage of green job opportunities.
As governments struggle to solve the climate change crisis, who's stepping up?
Communications Wireless Group works with business owners to recycle, refurbish and reuse old wireless devices while maintaining a zero-landfill policy.
California-based Redwood Creek wines is accepting grant applications for its Greater Outdoors Project.
Last week, President Obama announced his plans for a $30 billion Small Business Lending Fund during a town hall meeting. He returned to this topic during his weekly address.
Economists and other financial experts across the nation were surprised to see the unemployment rate dropped to 9.7% in January 2010.
Video: Adventurer and conservationist David de Rothschild sets sail on Plastiki, a boat made out of 12,000 plastic bottles, to raise awareness of the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch.
Joel Makower and the editors of GreenBiz.com have released the State of Green Business 2010 report, which looks back at green business in 2009 and ahead to 2010.
These retailers go the extra mile by selling eco-products and taking steps to green operations. Shopping 'til you drop just got a lot friendlier for the planet.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.