The 2013 “Battle of the Buildings” will pit commercial buildings against each other to save energy and fight climate change.
It’s hard to conserve water when it flows so easily from the faucet and hose. Here are some truly easy tips that can keep us from wasting too much H20.
Coal plants have become by far the largest source of toxic water pollution in the country, based on toxicity. And new regulations won’t do as much as they could.
Energy Star-rated televisions already save America over $3 billion in energy, and they’re about to get even better.
The new DOE secretary’s past love affair with coal and natural gas doesn’t bode well for America’s energy future.
The livestock, pork, poultry and dairy industries, facing high corn prices in a drought year, wanted the renewable fuel standard waived; the Obama administration said no.
If you’ve ever wondered if it’s really safe to swim in that stream behind your house, the EPA’s Waterways app is for you.
The American Bakers Association and the Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star program agree to work together on greening the nation’s bakeries.
New Energy Star labeling requirements for new TVs and cable/sat boxes say that by September they will need to be 40% more efficient than conventional models.
Tech giant Intel tops the EPA’s updated list of green-power users, getting 2.5 billion kWh and 88 percent of its electricity from various renewable sources.