Written by Dave Connell | November 26th, 2010
Our writer cut his electric bill, but does that mean he lowered his carbon footprint? A new device could give him the answer and help him save even more money.
Written by Holly Copeland | August 25th, 2010
Can we develop America’s energy resources in a smarter way that has less impact on biodiversity? Conservancy scientist Holly Copeland explains one way it might just happen.
Written by Margaret Southern | January 27th, 2010
What’s the best way to get people to save energy? Would you believe making it a competition…and giving them smiley faces?
Written by Darci Palmquist | February 24th, 2009
Today’s news from NASA isn’t good, but we found a few positive nuggets out there in cyberspace — read on for our daily round-up of green news. Waiter, There’s Mercury in My Fish: The U.S., China, India and hundreds of other countries have agreed to develop a global treaty to curb industrial use of mercury. (Hat-tip: Environmental Leader.) Eat Your […]
Written by Darci Palmquist | February 6th, 2009
It’s Friday and hope is in the air. Saving sharks, making biodiesel from coffee, hybrid tug boats… read on for green news from cyberspace. A Shark Plan with Teeth? The European Commission has offered up a proposal that aims to improve its shark fisheries. Another Reason Why… we should have joined Kyoto. A new report says […]