V3Solar claims its product will produce energy at a third of the cost of other solar power. If it's true -- a big if -- it could revolutionize distributed energy.
A coalition of big food companies met with the FDA earlier this month to push for GMO labeling, reports suggest. Are Walmart and pals finally fed up with fighting state initiatives?
In week two of the "meat lover's guide to going vegetarian," our provisional vegetarian takes a hard look at how the "lighter" fleshy foods get to her plate.
What can the environmental community do to encourage Obama to follow through on his commitments? Be at least as aggressive as the Republicans.
Our infrastructure should be as smart as our phones, says Oak Park, Ill., Sustainability Manager K.C. Poulos.
Filibuster fail. Keystone stupidity. Solar backsliding. Public ignorance. David Roberts collects all the bummer news you can handle from this week. Let’s hope for better tomorrow.
With the Greenland ice sheet melting faster than anyone predicted, glaciologist Jason Box is racing to find out just how soon we could be swamped.
A decision on the Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline is now expected in the spring. The State Department is reviewing it, but ultimately Obama will make the call.
By selling apples normally deemed not pretty enough for retail, one California grocery chain leads the way in cutting food waste and saving eaters money.