Some 580 colleges have vowed to cut their greenhouse-gas impact to zero. Many missed the first deadline.
Speaking at a gathering of US environmental journalists last week, the chair of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said that the news media has not done enough to communicate the severity of global warming.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (r.) and his foreign minister, Franco Frattini, spoke to the media Wednesday at an EU environmental conference in Brussels.
Parties promote natural, make-it-yourself alternatives to store-bought cleansers.
More colleges are offering menus made from local foods.
High cost of oil and gas fuels a boom in wood stoves. But what is the cost to climate?
The Technology, Entertainment, and Design conference announced its 2009 prizewinners Thursday, which gives me an excuse to link to five of my favorite environmentally themed TED talks.
Printed on recycled paper with soy ink, the new edition highlights more than 1,000 passages in green.
Call it a hat trick: The phrase "clean coal" turned up in all three debates, with both McCain and Obama supporting it.
Nitrogen doesn’t leak out as quickly, and well-inflated tires save gas. But cost is also a factor.
Tesla Motors, the makers of the electric sports car fetishized by enviros worldwide, is announcing a "modest reduction in near term headcount" in response to the global financial crisis.
The Associated Press reports that illicit marijuana plots are befouling US national forests and parks with toxic chemicals.
Meeting last week in Luxembourg, European Union energy ministers agreed to ban filament light bulbs across all 27 member states. The decision comes just a few days before the EU will lift duties on energy-efficient bulbs imported from China, a move that is expected to bring down their prices.
Scientists seek a more sustainable model for growth
Having eliminated many toxic chemicals, boosted energy efficiency, and improved recyclability, Apple says that its new MacBooks are the greenest ever.
By being sensitive to environmental concerns, US Army can win hearts and minds of populace, but its record is spotty so far.
The global environmental group 350.org has issued a challenge to whoever wins the presidential election: attend the next round of UN climate talks this December in Poznań, Poland.