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Computer maker Dell has formally announced a ban on exporting electronic waste to developing countries.
After a change in direction, Purfresh is embracing ozone to help address global food shortages, tackle salmonella outbreaks and keep organics better, longer.
The Wildlife Conservation Society knows how to green things up.
California tribal communities are ready to be a part of the emerging green collar economy.
The Million Green Ideas Campaign plans to raise $1 million and generate one million green ideas in one year.
Five commercial projects have been named to TIME’s The Green Design 100.
Using a computer program, the paper predicted how much air pollution was reaching 435 schools across the country.
David Hertz mines the creative potential of materials, repurposes them in disparate ways and rethinks the way buildings are made.
The winner of the America's Greenest School contest will win a plug-in hybrid school bus.
A new report looks at how building green cities with green jobs will help in the pursuit of a green economy.
A beachfront resort in Florida, a credit union in Montana, and a university building in Pennsylvania are featured this week.
My obsession with the Spanish green jobs study continues; members of Congress are now citing it in their argument against green jobs.
A seven-part video series featuring a panel discussion about the green jobs movement in Ohio.
The USGBC 2009 Federal Summit will focus on how to get to a carbon neutral level by 2050.
As graduation nears, students at Pacific University in Oregon have organized a green jobs rally on May 8.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.