Green building consultant Jerry Yudelson offers his insights on the green building industry.
Data from a University of Wisconsin-Madison study found that 940,000 housing units were built between 1940 and 2000 in private land inside the boundaries of national forests.
The third WaterSmart Innovations conference is set for Oct. 6-8, 2010 at the South Point Hotel and Conference Center.
Free report offers insight into proven program models of energy efficiency.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will provide $19 million in grants through the National Coastal Wetlands Conservation program that will be matched by nearly $26 million in partner contributions.
From toner cartridges to carbon offsets, organizers tried to make this historic environmental meeting a 'green' one.
U.S. Congressional delegation talks to businesses, European lawmakers about value of clean energy legislation.
Michael Baker Engineering wins the 2010 Engineering Excellence Grand Award for Ararat River restoration, greenway, and parks project.
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.
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.