It’s buyer beware all too often when it comes to green certificates
There are stretches of thousands of miles of barren interstate in the U.S.
Recycling companies are struggling with higher processing costs due to a lack of sorting
Turning saltwater fresh with sunlight could help an increasingly thirsty world
Recent research has shown that trees clean the air, and our feelings
Polar bear populations in the Arctic are still struggling despite being listed as endangered species by the U.S. in 2008
Greenhouse gas cuts must begin soon or it could be too late to halt global warming
Even if you live far away what you buy can help shape the future of the Brazilian rainforest
What are the prospects for reaching an international agreement to reduce CO2?
The end of a federal tax credit for solar may slow installations of the clean energy source
Alternatives to methylene diphenyl diisocyanate are more expensive but perhaps safer for your lungs and more
If Americans recycled the 130 million cellphones thrown away every year, enough energy to power 24,000 homes could be saved
Pollution from coal-fired power plants can be hazardous to the health of those living nearby.
New technology allows new televisions to be both bigger and more energy efficient than ever before
DNA can help guide the conservation of rare species
It all depends on what the fish has been eating
Evolution is helping bacteria bounce back
What is the new consensus on whether fat is good or bad for you?
A preponderance of evidence points to humanity bearing the blame for global warming