A silver lining to the economic downturn that brought Vegas to its knees: People may be setting down roots.
The student-created Sunswift eVe can travel 310 miles on a single charge and boasts a built-in solar array.
Ben & Jerry's harnesses the power of leftover ice cream and microbes to power its Dutch facility.
Now that Californians can get fined $500-a-day for overwatering their lawns, businesses that paint lawns green are expanding.
It's the latest effort in the long-running fight to stop Enbridge from repurposing an old pipeline by reversing its flow.
What does California's historic drought mean for its water supply and the rest of the nation? We'll discuss on Twitter on Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. EST.
The Climate Justice Alliance will convene hundreds of activists in Richmond, Calif., for the Our Power National Convening.
Kansas Republican Tim Huelskamp, a leader of the debt ceiling showdown, takes friendly fire.
Food is identity. So making diets healthier and more sustainable isn't easy. We can begin by cutting out the hectoring and lecturing.
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