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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 2:30 AM
Why not make work as enjoyable as you can? Besides, some of these ideas might make your co-workers smile, too.
The company has developed a three-pronged approach toward implementing sustainable practices.
The contest is still going.
Read the rules, then take the survey to win.
Chanie Kirschner reports from her home office (in fuzzy slippers, we're sure) on how to make work less painful.
57.4 percent of the paper consumed in the U.S. was recovered and recycled in 2008, but can we reach 60 percent by 2012?
Robert Watson aims to make green building standards global.
Video: Obama speaks about the job potential of a clean energy economy on a visit to OPOWER, an Arlington, Va., company that develops energy efficiency software.
New data shows that some 'environmentally responsible' companies are not as green as consumers believe they are, but some remain legit.
The Globe Guard Reusable Box easily turns inside out in seconds, making a used shipping box look brand new to encourage reuse.
Some shipping companies have embraced 'slow steaming' as a way to lower costs and reduce their carbon footprint.
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.
As governments struggle to solve the climate change crisis, who's stepping up?
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.
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.
There are a number of big sports complexes making a real effort to have a lighter footprint on the environment.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.