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In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
National awards program celebrates conservation in everyday life with a $5,000 donation.
Big cruise ship companies like Royal Caribbean are taking steps to clean up their act. But is it enough?
Financial institutions are putting the green back into your greenbacks.
Save the planet -- one credit card purchase at a time.
Inmates at the Cedar Creek Corrections Center try their hand at saving the environment.
CD-Rs are wasteful. Why not try CD-RWs packaged in recycled plastic?
America has the same number of rail miles today that we had 128 years ago.
Catching the attention of eBay and Whole Foods, a nonprofit/for-profit hybrid merges going green with making green.
How eco-consumerism will survive the recession.
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.
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.
Jerry Cooper is a LEED accredited human. Meet the architect who is helping make development sustainable again.
Use this information graphic to find out how much of the $787 billion is going to green-related programs.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.