From protecting watersheds to greening businesses to getting kids involved in environmentalism, these five organizations are making the world a little greener.
In this gallery we’re taking a look at some eco-minded artists and how they use their talents to help the planet and inspire others to do the same.
If you’re thinking of doing some festival-hopping this summer, check out some of these green-themed happenings that offer eco-friendly info and practices.
Everyone’s reading about solar power for Japan, new EV charging standards, and green developments for a UK waterfront and a Boston transit center. Check it out.
New solar in Nevada but no new offshore wind in Virginia, a defense of the Chevy Volt, and the small, digital future of clean technology. It’s all here.
Sick of tubs of cookie dough and the team sweatshirts you never wear? Go green for your school or nonprofit’s next fundraiser. This photo gallery shows you how.
The Internet’s a-buzz with tales of renewable energy projects for Alaska and Japan, how EVs are selling slowly in Europe, and a database for climate change.
A ray of hope for green tech startups in the digital realm, the controversy over solar net metering, and eBay’s Green Driving section. Read all about it.
You’re probably wasting more energy than you think, but never fear; today’s gallery shows you 5 notorious energy hogs in your home, and what to do about them.
People are following closely the future of production tax credits for wind, the sluggish sales of EVs, and how Germany is facing clean energy challenges.
Across the Internet, people are reading about Greenpeace’s criticisms of coal, floating wind turbines for deep-sea wind farms, and cool new smart grid projects.