Energy-conscious consumers prefer green homes. They save on energy and water bills and reduce their families’ environmental impact. It’s the right thing to do!...
With bicycle boulevards, 'sharrows' and more than 500 kilometers of bikeways, Portland, Oregon, has become one of the greenest cities in the U.S.
A new source of energy could be found where rivers meet the ocean, using a technique that captures the electrical charge during osmosis.
New solar technology could help provide cheap power to many of the 600 million people in Africa who currently lack access to reliable electricity.
Chicago's rooftop gardens reuse water and reduce heat, which can reduce a building's power costs. The city has 418,000 square meters of high-rise greenery.
Molten salt could be the key to unlocking a future full of renewable energy. During peak times the salt stores solar power that can be saved and used later.
Texas may be known for its oil and gas, but one city there plans to get nearly all of its electricity from renewables, such as wind and solar.
Homeowners and businesses that rely on solar panels and wind turbines have cheaper electric bills, thanks to a system called “net metering.”
A year has passed since nearly 200 countries came together to adopt the historic Paris agreement on climate. Check out what has happened since then.