BNET.com spotlights how San Francisco golf managers are taking a sustainable approach to putting greens.
A Brazilian artist sculpted one thousand miniature ice men and placed them in Berlin, Germany, signifying the importance of global warming.
If you’re concerned with your environmental footprint and like the idea of going easy on the Earth with your phone purchase, the Replenish is a good option for a basic smartphone.
Check out a revolutionary way to charge your cell phone...the Orange Sound Charge takes energy from sound and converts it to your mobile phone.
Smog has a new enemy...roofing tiles. Boral Roofing recently presented their new Boral Pure Tiles at the 2011 PCBC in San Francisco. Boral Pure can help reduce smog thanks to the photocatalyst in the surface of the tile that oxidizes nitrogen oxides in smog.
Al Jazeera English reports on the threat hyraulic fracturing may have on South Africa's farming economy.
Sugar cane, which stores energy in sucrose and cellulose, could be a viable source of energy as a biofuel.
Jun 13, 2011
The Discovery Magnet School in Bridgeport, Conn. integrates solar panels into their energy system.
Mike Rowe, creator of Discovery Channel's 'Dirty Jobs,' testifies before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee to highlight America's lack of emphasis on skilled trades.
Apr 27, 2011
What to Eat? It is the question on everyone's minds at least three times a day. By showing how our food choices have a more serious impact on our environment than the car we drive, the light bulbs we use or the ways we recycle, the film makes the point that we can all take small steps for positive change.
Apr 25, 2011
Celeritas and the other Shell Eco Marathon urban concept cars starting their parade lap.
Apr 11, 2011
Tokyo Electric Power is putting remote controlled machinery to use at the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. This video, released Monday, was shot by a remote-controlled helicopter a day earlier and shows the plants number four reactor building.
Mar 23, 2011
In August 2007, IDG News Service was invited to the Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power station. This video provides an inside glimpse of the world's largest nuclear power plant.