Competition, oil prices, and concerns about global warming have caused the '70s fad to go mainstream. Is green building finally coming of age?
When renovating an old house in an environmentally friendly way, what are the roofing options?
In the Pacific, jumbo squid have moved to new waters, signaling changes in the ocean, scientists observe.
Much discussion of the Climategate e-mails has centered on "tricking" tree ring data that may not confirm global warming. What's the divergence of data all about and does it really confirm cooling instead of warming?
A report has found that farmers are using more herbicides on genetically engineered soybeans, corn, and cotton because of resistant weeds.
The new roof of a remodeled house needs to be energy-efficient as well as budget-friendly. What's the best choice?
Monarch butterflies will find fewer roosts in their winter home because of hungry bark beetles.
A little green reading on the light side, from apples that won't rot for 4 months to why Rudolph the reindeer is probably a girl.
About 60 percent of Americans feel a 'great deal' or 'a lot' of personal responsibility to protect the environment, but that attitude isn't necessarily reflected in day-to-day actions.
A plan to boost the flow of the Upper Missouri River could help ailing cottonwood trees and endangered fish.
Houston sets a record for early snow as pecan groves and cotton fields in the South get snow as well.
Climategate emails could have huge impact on summit, says Saudi Arabia’s lead climate negotiator. Others say the controversial leaked emails provide an opportunity to educate the public about climate science.
Carbon emissions affect more than the climate. Scientists now suspect they are also making Alaskan seas more acidic.
Climategate isn't going away. A storm of controversy over hacked global warming e-mails still swirls and has caused East Anglia and Penn State Universities to launch investigations.
After decades on the US Endangered Species list, American brown pelicans have made a comeback.