A Vancouver-area childcare center is going above and beyond normal green building practices, aiming for the exalted Living Building status.
Binghampton University recently celebrated the opening of two new labs, including a solar lab that will focus on developing new thin-film solar technologies.
Union College’s World Center has earned LEED Gold certification, and the building features a kiosk where visitors can monitor the building’s real-time energy usage.
Scoot Networks is a San Francisco startup poised to offer commuters an affordable, green, electric scooter sharing service similar to Zip Car.
Inspired by the Google shuttle, the San Francisco startup RidePal is aiming to provide stuck-in-traffic drivers a plush and eco-friendly commuting alternative.
Radiator Labs has created a low-cost radiator retro-fit solution that could reportedly save consumers millions of dollars in energy costs and help reduce carbon emissions.
The Charles David Keeling Apartments on the UC San Diego campus become the first student housing units in the UC system to gain LEED Platinum certification.
Environmental Charter High School in the Los Angeles metro area is among 78 schools nationwide to be honored for its focus on green education.
U.S. Army barracks in Georgia have earned a LEED Silver designation; the changes mean better conditions for soldiers and improved morale.
A new survey from the Civil Society Institute found that big numbers of Republicans, Democrats and Independents all believe the nation should focus on more renewable energy.
For the fifth year in a row, the University of Pennsylvania takes top honors as the EPA’s ranking of colleges and their green-power purchases.