The Minus One Project is an initiative that encourages everyone to reduce their printing font size by one inch to help save paper - ultimately saving forests.
Researchers from The Energy Institute at the University of Texas at Austin spoke to The Guardian U.K. about their report into the possible environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing.
Operation StepChange is designed to see how prepared the nation is for the Olympic Games later this year, even U.K. ministers are trying out new travel patterns.
Leafield Environmental converts old bins into useful products for the Wandsworth Borough Council to improve sustainability through increased recycling.
Searching for an eco-friendly cleaning product? Check out the new environmentally friendly line of cleaning products from Green Planet Solutions.
Green City Bottles is an eco-conscious company that focuses on the practice of upcycling - the process of converting waste materials into new products of better quality or a higher environmental value.
Now a plant can just give you a call if it feels deprived of water and nutrients with Botanicall. Don't believe us? Check out the video.
As part of the Mayor's PlaNYC initiatives, the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and New York Restoration Project (NYRP) developed MillionTreesNYC, a citywide initiative to plant one million new trees in New York City's public and private spaces over the next ten years.
World Environment Day, organized by Ecovision in Hong Kong, brings students together as they combine scrap, waste that they transform into art.
Clemson University introduces a new undergraduate degree program in Environmental Engineering, the first of its kind in South Carolina.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) conducted a field sampling event of the New River in Calexico to determine the extent of pollution in the U.S. stretch of the river.
Xtreme Fuel Treatment, a comprehensive environmentally friendly fuel treatment.
World's first commercial solar-powered poultry house in Delaware.
The United Nations estimates that each one of us uses nearly 140 kilograms of plastic each year. At least 6.4 million metric tons of that plastic has ended up in the oceans. Environmental activist Captain Charles Moore has found that in some areas, plastic outweighs zooplankton - the ocean's food base - and is entering the food chain.
Bernard Weber recently declared the provisional announcement of the New7Wonders of Nature from the N7W Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.