A new British research facility has been built not only to survive in the fantastically cruel winters of the South Pole but to tread lightly on the fragile Antarctic environment.
A research team from MIT has created a tiny robotic chain that, once reduced to the molecular scale, could someday revolutionize the way we create energy-efficient building materials.
Environment America, through EcoWatch, talks about how energy efficient buildings could help states see massive energy savings, including our nation’s capital city.
Mobile phone manufacturers are capable of making their phones more environmentally friendly and we as consumers are also capable of attempting to make our phone using habits friendlier too.
More efficient, cleaner-burning engines require improved turbomachinery, and an Ohio scientist is working to give engineers better tools for testing components.
The 2011 Idea Show Home targets traditional homeowners looking to transition to a smaller, greener and more affordable home in the metro-Detroit area.
The Newark Housing Authority and Constellation Energy will provide $50 million worth of energy efficient upgrades in 39 New Jersey housing developments.
Computerworld puts Kaiser Permanente atop its list of green IT innovators, lauding the health care provider for slashing energy use at its Napa data center.
Lighting manufacturer Precision-Paragon tests LEDs against fluorescents and finds that the right choice depends on the precise circumstances.
The ubiquitous Subway chain unveils14 new “Green Eco-Restaurants,” layering a slice of sustainability on its fresh-focused marketing campaign.
The Energy Star labeling program, which many consumer electronics and appliances manufacturers take part in, helps consumers choose energy efficient products. This primer will help you learn about this tool.