Waters around the Florida Keys are nine inches higher than a century ago. Efforts to battle rising sea levels make the Keys 'a canary in the coal mine,' an indicator of what other areas might need to prepare for.
As President Obama boosts energy efficiency through Cash for Caulkers, home weatherization will receive rebates.
Lady Gaga and home insulation - one's a celebrity and the other deserves to be, a home renovator says.
Recirculating aquaculture systems cut the pollution and disease that occur in current fish farming operations. Many see it as the future of the industry.
Want a home that's more energy-efficient and saves money on heat and cooling? Upgrading your insulation is key.
Former CEOs lead a pack of eco-philanthropists who are bankrolling parks to conserve pristine land and wildlife.
Yvo de Boer, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), steps down, effective July 1.
In a 'green' home renovation, choosing a heating system comes down to deciding which is better, geothermal or leased solar panels.
Prisons are turning to wind power to supply energy for their around-the-clock operations.
In renovating an old farrmhouse, the owner discovers that solar panels can be leased instead of purchased.
The Bright Green environment blog ends. Thanks to those who helped make it possible.
A new book, 'The Medea Hypothesis,' looks at the opposite of the Gaia hypothesis and suggests that life on Earth is self-destructive.
Is solar power practical for New England? Reconsidering the issue during a home renovation.
With help from a climate-conscious nordic town, four U.S. families lessen their carbon footprint.
Audi's Super Bowl ad has been controversial for its portrayal of environmental issues and echoes of Nazi-era police.
Many advanced options are now available in composting toilets, but they may not be for everyone because of odor and other problems.
A new study suggests that black carbon could be the cause of Himalayan glaciers melting.
The underground coal fire that has slowly consumed Centralia, Pa., isn't unusual. Many such fires burn around the world.
The Centralia, Pa., coal fire is expected to drive out the town's few remaining residents.