In a grass-roots effort, a Los Angeles community pushes the plant-saving practice of reusing water from showers, baths, sinks, and washers.
The conservation group, made up mostly of older women, helps the US government track illegal use of public lands in the US West.
An estimated 20,000 gallons of crude oil remain trapped in the gravelly beaches of Prince William Sound, Alaska, long after the Exxon Valdez oil spill..
Asteroid impacts with Earth are a near-certainty, scientists say. The question is: What, if anything, should we do to track asteroids and protect Earth from them?
A study at the University of California Irvine says that greenhouse gas emissions 'would be lower if lawns did not exist.'
Scientists discover that the Sierra Nevada mountains in California reached their current height 50 million years ago, 30 million years earlier than previously thought.
After debating the pros and cons of on-demand or tankless water heaters, a couple concludes that the environment is the deciding factor.
As Beijing residents enjoy increasing prosperity, Chinese villagers are left with their trash.
Washington rivers are choking on debris left unstable by Rainier's receding glacier.
As Haiti is rebuilt after the earthquake, attention should be paid to its environmental problems, especially deforestation.
Tankless, or on-demand, water heaters have advantages, but cost isn't one of them.
Scientists look for the reasons that birds migrate thousands of miles to nest in the Arctic.
In renovating a home, why should homeowners conserve water and how do they go about it?
In California, butterflies are being affected by warmer temperatures and habitat loss.
Forget blackjack tables or roulette wheels. Tribal lands could generate wealth through solar, wind, and geothermal energy.
Do homeowners in the Northeast – an area of plentiful water – need to conserve water?