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A new technology developed by Korean researchers uses ultra-thin, flexible materials to generate electricity from body heat.
The award-winning proposal to reinvent roadways gets its first trial.
April 24 marks one year since the Rana Plaza factory collapse. It's also the first-ever Fashion Revolution Day, created to raise awareness about clothing supply chains.
A UK-based experiment looks at what happens to the grid when everyone wants to charge their car.
If your are passionate about bikes as transportation, you'll be happy to know biking is getting a little better, all the time.
Think living green is all about sacrifice? Think again!
More than 20 million Americans live in communities with plastic bag bans or fees.
Instead of buying some new "green" products for Earth Day, start a legacy for your community by planting trees for Arbor Day.
The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970. This is what it looked like in Manhattan.
Send one of these video bloggers to cover World Environment Day.
I have called this building an anti-urban gated city, a glass prison. But it is also going to be astonishingly beautiful, a technical tour-de-force and a model of modern green building.
The Crabgrass Crucible by Christopher Sellers tells a different story than the one we usually hear on Earth Day.
Earth Day was such a big deal
A dental professor got surprising results when she prescribed oil pulling, but a skeptical reporter thinks it's overrated.
It's Earth Day. Let’s go outside and have some fun.
Sure, you can buy one, but making one means it's customizable and you get to hone your DIY skills.
Fabulous photos of some of the oldest living bits of nature on earth.
The state may soon require foods with genetically modified organisms be labeled.
Guest post by Mark Tercek, The Nature Conservancy's President and CEO.
Since all weather systems on Earth are connected in one way or another, these effects in the Pacific could in turn affect climate systems elsewhere.