Brian Jones’s rehab center takes in injured and endangered animals.
Nissan announced Monday that it has developed an accelerator pedal that pushes upward when it senses that the driver is using more fuel than is necessary.
New York’s Jamaica Bay serves as a microcosm for the world’s wetland woes.
A report from the Climate Group found that China leads the world in installed renewable energy and is overtaking more developed countries in developing sustainable technologies.
And the employers actually don't seem to mind too much.
A big drawback of solar power is that it doesn't work at night or on cloudy days. But researchers at MIT say they now have an inexpensive way to store solar energy when the sun isn't out.
How soon can I buy a plug-in hybrid? And what are some ‘green’ choices for roofing?
After decades of decline, bus travel is on the rise again. But is it right for you?
Legislation to extend some $18 billion worth of tax credits for renewable energy fizzled in the Senate Wednesday, as Republican lawmakers made good on their stated intent to prevent the bill from moving forward unless it were accompanied by support for domestic oil drilling.
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Saying that he had repeatedly bowed to political pressure and had made misleading statements to Congress, four Democratic senators Tuesday called for Stephen Johnson to resign as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
The water utility in Orange County, Calif., has been drawing attention since it opened the world’s largest water recycling facility of its kind in January.
The Chicago-based outplacement consulting firm and workplace-data fountainhead Challenger, Gray & Christmas predicts that job growth in environment, ecology, and alternative energy sectors will "fuel significant growth and job creation over the next decade."
Some 1.8 million acres inside and abutting national parks are at risk of development.
Insurers are beginning to offer auto-insurance plans that charge motorists based on the number of miles driven.
The US Army has begun taking steps to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 30 percent by 2015, to comply with a 2007 order by President Bush.
A report by the US Geological Survey found that the region inside the Arctic Circle contains just over one-fifth of the world's undiscovered, recoverable oil and natural-gas resources.What does this mean for our energy needs, and for the planet?
Popular plasma sets are energy hogs; LCDs are better, but the ol’ cathode-ray tube may be best.
Google's philanthropy arm, Google.org, announced that it is investing $2.75 million in electric vehiclemaker Aptera and batterymaker ActaCell.
A San Francisco man is soliciting suggestions for how to take his gas guzzler off the road forever.