Is This the End for Coal? Momentum is building to block new coal-fired power plants and end mountaintop removal mining. Is there enough political will to make the break?
Rural residents, college activists, mainstream environmental groups & eco-celebrities are joining forces to fight new coal plants…
Carbon Capture and Storage sounds good in theory, but is likely too expensive to ever be financially viable.
Daryl Hannah explains why she was arrested in West Virginia protesting Massey Energy
With all the attention and money being directed to renewable energy and green jobs, the time looks right for a beginning to the end for coal.
The toilet tank bank, time-release water, and easy air care.
Snacks, Upgraded: A slew of healthier back-to-school treats.
Travel in slow-food style on the Italian Riviera.
Built for carting to commuting, behold the latest bikes.
Get crafty with home-biz tips from these eco-entrepreneurs.
New-home blue prints go green, and are free for the asking.
While consciousness has spread in recent years about the foods we eat, fewer of us think about how harmful the products we put on our skin can be…
Two years after a tornado flattened the town, Greensburg, Kansas boasts a bright green future…
Environmental nonprofits are riding out the recession by joining forces—and office space.
Tropical storms and invasive species are endangering Louisiana’s drinking water supply.
Are the warming waters of the San Diego Bay supersizing its turtles?
Is the waste-to-energy industry environmentally friendly or recycling’s foe?
Gimme (Green) Shelter: Animal rescue groups nationwide are reducing their eco paw prints.
Packing Power: Fuel cells get smaller, and smarter.
A conservation group in Cancun, Mexico, is using oil-industry technology—and military helicopters—to track pollution in the underground waters of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Stash your lunch in these alternatives to plastic bags.
Documentarian Ken Burns turns his lens towards our National Parks.