Tropical deforestation rates this decade are higher than during the 1990s, resulting in 135 plant, animal, and insect species being lost every day.
Geothermal, or geo-exchange, heating systems have many environmental advantages, but a few drawbacks, too.
Frequent oil spills in the Red Sea off the coast of Egypt kill marine life and damage the environment.
Today's green news: reading about edible clothing, your dog's eco-pawprint, a green plane, and lightning's effect on the environment.
Hurricane Katrina provided New Orleans with the opportunity to be part of an environmental revolution and rebuild its houses, schools, and neighborhoods in a green, sustainable way.
Melting ice on Mt. Kilimanjaro is mirrored on other tropical summits around the world affected by global warming.
In Texas, neighbors experiment with oyster gardening to help rebuild reefs damaged by Hurricane Ike.
The Department of Energy's ARPA-E is funding projects it hopes will revolutionize the way Americans produce and use energy.
Palm oil is in everything from fuel to cosmetics. Is it a solution or a problem?
Americans are using less water than they did 50 years ago, thanks to conservation measures.
A century-old farmhouse gets a green home renovation – on a budget.