Holiday lights don't have to raise the power bill if they are energy efficient.
At the moment, we need 1.3 Earths to effectively sustain our collective way of life but ─ we can change this if we want to.
- By Ashhad A. Khan
- Dec 21, 2009
The National Summit has created consensus recommendations for increasing U.S. competitiveness in technology, energy, environment, and manufacturing.
University of Leeds scientists suggest that Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation carbon credit payments should be shared with people who live in the forests.
Water authority lends a hand to qualifying homes with limited incomes.
Florida Power & Light Company of Juno Beach, Fla., offers a number of tips on how to conserve energy while cooking during the holiday season.
City will pilot EPA initiative as part of its sustainability framework.
Company adopted new manufacturing practices and technologies to help achieve its goal of a 40 percent reduction in water use by 2011.
The education campaign includes free water audits, leak detection kits, rebates and more.
The first commercially-viable Tokamak fusion facility is using coconut-shell charcoal as an absorption mechanism.
The project is a model for demonstrating how reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation can be implemented.
WaterSense has developed lessons for grades 3 through 5 that focus on savings water by fixing leaks.
The American Water subsidiary lowered its water reclamation facility's water consumption.
EPA says these products will use half the water of standard urinals.
Company used erection gantry to drive pile and protect Pamlico-Tar River and wetlands.
Naples Botanical Garden wins leadership award; four state/local municipalities and water agencies receive the State of the Union Award.
The program is expected to cut paper waste, printing and mailing costs.