The Environmental Protection Agency releases a list of the top green power purchasers in the United States.
For the first time since the U.S. Energy Information Administration began collecting data on greenhouse gas emissions in 1990, the United States saw a record-setting 5.8 percent decline.
If you would like to be represented by more elected officials who support environmental safeguards for our air, water, and land, take a look at these resources, including the League of Conservation Voters' National Environmental Scorecard.
In an effort to influence the world's decision makers, the United Nations has declared 2010 to be the International Year of Biodiversity. The Convention on Biological Diversity is heading the campaign, which will consist of events held all over the world throughout the next year.
Many states are working quickly to develop their wind power resources knowing it will pay off big in the future.
Find out what different states are doing to promote power from renewable sources, including solar and wind energy.
Explore ways to reduce both your direct and indirect water footprint. Reducing your water footprint could make a huge different to both the environment and finances.
Washington, D.C., Nevada and New Mexico see the most LEED-certified green building per capita in 2010.
Press Release about UNEP/GEF en.lighten initiative’s Toolkit, “Achieving the Transition to Energy Efficient Lighting.”
The author discusses setting up small-scale dairy for local, doorstep milk sales in Great Britain.
Round two of three international conferences to determine new emissions standards for the next Kyoto Protocol meets this week and next week in Poznan, Poland.