From toner cartridges to carbon offsets, organizers tried to make this historic environmental meeting a 'green' one.
The irrigation water typically speeds through soil cracks without interacting with the soil, says Eve Hinckley.
Holiday lights don't have to raise the power bill if they are energy efficient.
Certification reports and compliance statements help the Department of Energy verify compliance with its energy efficiency standards.
The National Summit has created consensus recommendations for increasing U.S. competitiveness in technology, energy, environment, and manufacturing.
BATLab will be able to increase testing on low-cost lithium-ion batteries for electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.
Biologists have identified plant enzymes that may help to engineer plants that take advantage of elevated carbon dioxide to use water more efficiently.
Energy recycling pioneer slashes global warming pollution and power costs simultaneously.
EPA says the specification will help homeowners increase water efficiency and save on their utility bills.
Electric rate cap rates are set to expire in Pennsylvania so homeowners may have more incentive to seal up energy issues and save.
Green Power NYC allows small businesses and residents to select their clean power and energy provider online.
The water and wastewater utility company plans to lower its greenhouse gas emissions by 16 percent in about seven years.
Cascade Sierra Solutions says truck owners in New England states can get between $100 and $1,000 for fuel-saving equipment.
Before marketing a home for sale, homeowners and real estate agents must prepare a sustainability declaration.
Florida Power & Light Company of Juno Beach, Fla., offers a number of tips on how to conserve energy while cooking during the holiday season.
East Metro Clean’n’Press of West Saint Paul, Minn., has reduced the company’s carbon footprint and overall waste, saving $18,814 a year in energy costs.
Local policies to promote energy-efficient buildings continue to thrive despite prolonged economic downturn.
The city's new program, funded through property taxes, will allow San Diego homeowners to qualify for financing.