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Wed, Oct 29, 2014 4:03 PM
A key focus of this week's Transformational Media Summit is how sharing stories can change attitudes and raise awareness to help us create a more peaceful world.
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.
Ships that exude slime from their hulls could cut fuel consumption by 20 percent and make it difficult for barnacles to attach.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger fights for environmental protections in a dwindling economy.
More than just green ideas, the term also refers to the economy and social justice. But is the word being used to death?
Chanie Kirschner has a thing for plastic bins, and it turns out they can take some of the pain out of relocating your household.
Female-owned biodiesel station tanks up the Bay Area.
World's largest distributor of Coca-Cola is working to reduce its carbon footprint.
Disused cargo ships accumulate in the waters of Asia as global trade slows down.
Learn more about the controversy that followed Jones after his March appointment and to understand why he's considered a rock star of the environmental community.
Abandoned portion of Bay Bridge could be turned into urban housing and parks, architects argue.
It was a wild scene in Washington state as a herd of cattle bolts into a convenience store followed by two cowboys on horseback. The entire incident was caught on tape by the store surveillance camera.
Moving companies are offering plastic bins instead of cardboard boxes, paperless price quotes and trucks that run on biodiesel fuel.
White House senior adviser David Axelrod discusses Van Jones' decision to step down with David Gregory on NBC's 'Meet the Press'.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.