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At least 100 icebergs are drifting from Antarctica to New Zealand, prompting a shipping warning.
The green jobs movement is going beyond human workers as robotic projects are seeing a surge in green sector opportunities.
There are ways to give meaningful gifts that will please family and friends without emptying your bank account.
The world's biggest container ships bring products to you from China, but just 16 of them can create more pollution than all the cars on Earth.
The latest round of grants from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act have been awarded; $55 million will go to green jobs training programs across the nation.
On the expo floor at Greenbuild 2009, Forest Ethics called out the Sustainable Forestry Initiative for questionable practices.
The blooper reel from the Green Aha! Moment video booth at Greenbuild 2009 is now available online.
The Department of Conservation's aluminum can recycling program may be the latest victim of California’s budget woes.
Minnesota's Walser Subaru is the first LEED certified Subaru dealership in the nation and Las Vegas' CityCenter adds its fifth and sixth LEED Gold certifications.
Learn how telecommuting can work for you with some advice from people who do it.
The U.S. Green Building Council’s annual conference, Greenbuild 2009, brought an estimated $30 million to the Phoenix metropolitan area.
If you missed Al Gore's Greenbuild 2009 keynote address, you can now watch it in a four-part series on YouTube.
Anheuser-Busch breweries are recycling nearly 100% of the solid waste created during the beer brewing and product packaging process.
Actors and artists are using their star power to fight a plan to build a garage for 95 garbage trucks in a New York City neighborhood.
Hycrete displayed its lineup of waterphobic concrete admixtures at Greenbuild 2009 last week in Phoenix.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.