IKEA's new wind farm in Illinois will produce more power than all of its U.S. operations use, and probably won't involve allen wrenches.
Walmart enters the U.S. organic foods market with guns blazing.
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The Wire actor opened a grocery store in a New Orleans food desert -- but that's not the only reason why he deserves your vote as the best green celeb.
It takes an above-average green geek to be as pretty, poised, and pants-less as Olivia Munn. Vote here to send her a fruit basket.
Stars, they're just like us: Here's why you should vote for Don Cheadle as your favorite green celeb.
Green eyes, greener heart: Entourage's Adrian Grenier is the most committed eco-celeb of his generation -- and he deserves a big basket of fruit for it.
Jared Leto is committed to all things planetary. Vote for the anti-KXL actor now!
You'll like it when he's angry -- about fracking. Vote to show your appreciation for Mark Ruffalo.
Supermodel Gisele Bunden makes time to fight food waste and support renewable energy. Won't you take a minute to vote for her?
Only one famous eco-celeb can walk away with a sumptuous, Grist-approved bounty of organic apples, bananas, and possibly even a kiwi. Vote now!
Smart choices by cities such as Miami in planning and investment could hold the key to cutting emissions, according to the latest IPCC draft.
Jumping from his niche cable show on Comedy Central to a plum CBS slot will roughly triple Stephen Colbert's national television audience. So when he takes over David Letterman's late night show next year, we at Climate Desk be tracking...Show More Summary
NOAA says there's a better than 50 percent chance that a damaging El Niño will develop in the summer. Other scientists are even more confident.
Unlike Forever 21, you can actually feel good about wearing things from Raven + Lily.
New data from the Global Wind Energy Council show that wind developers built 35,000 megawatts of new generating capacity worldwide in 2013. The post World Wind Power Poised to Bounce Back after Slowing in 2013 appeared first on Sustainablog.
Wondering why the damned power is out again? Blame climate change and America's aging grid.
The week's green news has us skeptical, judgmental, and just plain confused.
A new study indicates that woodland salamanders help keep carbon out of the atmosphere.
Some states are moving to require foods containing GMO ingredients to be clearly marked as such. A bill in the House would shut that movement down.