An RV with a built-in garage.
With the national average gas price breaking $4 a gallon and looming fears of peak oil and catastrophic climate change, some advocates are calling for the American driving public to take its collective foot of the gas.
In the past, sail-powered fishing boats were limited by wind and weather; today’s factory ships, with sonar and GPS, can scour the sea for months.
Technology has bested seas’ bounty, now fishermen adjust to a sea change.
The sea was not so vast, once we deployed an industrial armada against it.
A reduction in the geyser's water supply is causing the longer waits between eruptions.
Some places were colder and got more snow last winter, but that’s in line with today’s models for a warmer climate.
Interest and job openings grow in a variety of eco-friendly fields.
Even though legislation fell to defeat, Friday’s debate marked the first time a majority backed a cap on carbon emissions.
A Canadian company has developed a prototype lighter-than-air wind turbine.
Researchers know global temperatures are rising. Now scientists from as far away as Finland are studying what that means for the 1 million floating residents of the Tonle Sap Lake.
Believed to be the first of its kind, the Toronto Cyclists Union plans to offer insurance, roadside assistance, advocacy, and even an online dating service.
At Rome summit, UN calls for $20 billion a year to feed hungry and fund a new ‘green revolution.’
Reuters says that a study has found that Mexico City's notorious pollution is damaging people's sense of smell.
Five conservation groups have filed suit in federal court to stop the US Fish and Wildlife Service from feeding elk in Wyoming's National Elk Refuge during the winter.
Project pays Bolivia for the forests it does not cut - a potential model in the battle against climate change.
The ancient arachnid is on the rebound – so why isn’t the bird that depends upon it?