Meet Zip Cup, the reusable coffee mug that shrinks once the drink is gone.
An RV concept morphs between car and house within minutes, making exploration more efficient.
What if plants could be more than just decorations or source of nourishment? New, plant-based concepts are cropping up in the interior design word, and we’ve rounded up some of the best.
Dr. Mike Biddle — the founder of a company that extracts and recycles hard-to-sort plastics from the world’s waste stream — has won the 2012 Gothenberg Award.
No want wants to eat dehydrated food during a six month trip to Mars. In the future, systems like this might make space feel more like home.
Why chug away on the treadmill and eliptical machine, totally oblivious to the energy that’s being wasted with every step? This outdoor gym concept puts all those calories to better use.
A Portland, Ore., couple managed their high-end green renovation for just $134/sq. ft., courtesy of local recycled materials and a whole lot of sweat equity.
Just as the planet Melancholia moves inexorably closer to Earth, writes EarthTechling’s Susan Kraemer, a similar unprecedented calamity moves inexorably closer to us, through time.
The Union Square Greenmarket in Manhattan will use a $16,500 Sun Club donation for solar panels that will power cooking demonstrations from its educational van.
There are many reasons why someone takes up the cause for renewable energy, but few can have a more personal one than former U.S. Army Captain Jon Gensler.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics takes a stab at defining and totaling green jobs, and says there were 3.1 million of them in 2010.
Health plan provider Kaiser Permanente has pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent of its 2008 levels through renewables and energy savings.
The White House has spelled out more in depth the clean energy action items called for by the president in his State of the Union, and they are some hefty goals indeed.
Fret not, dear reader; EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer crunches the numbers and finds the scale-up needed to tackle climate change might be within reach.