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Businesses around the world follow these practices that make employees happier and more productive.
Truckers at Los Angeles and Long Beach ports say equipment upgrades are too costly.
At least 100 icebergs are drifting from Antarctica to New Zealand, prompting a shipping warning.
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.
Learn how telecommuting can work for you with some advice from people who do it.
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.
The package delivery service known for its distinctive brown trucks is donating $1 million to eco-friendly causes.
Cap-and-trade system would encourage landowners to plant trees, sell credits to businesses.
Green Shipping lets businesses and individuals measure and offset the CO2 emissions of packages when using UPS, FedEx or the U.S. Postal Service.
Support for environmental action shows up in unexpected places.
Now that oil is trading for half of what it was last summer, will investors want to put their money into alternative energy sources? We look at the data.
20 teams compete to build the most sustainable home.
As G20 leaders converge on Pittsburgh Sept. 18 to discuss climate change and other global issues, here's a who's who of who's there.
It's scary out there right now. It seems that every day brings more news of massive layoffs and people losing their homes to foreclosure.
Brown has gone green! UPS has become the first small package carrier to offer its customers the option of purchasing carbon offsets.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.