It's pretty lame that cars "own" most roads in America, which is why we're such fans of spontaneous street art that aims to take them back for bikes and pedestrians. Especially when it's as clever as this.
If we want carbon-sequestering forests to be the picture of health, perhaps we've been barking up the wrong tree. A nonprofit and a health insurance provider have an idea that may help keep the forest for the trees.
All of the things that greens talk about were a necessity 70 years ago during World War II. Where today we see websites, then they did posters.
The silent approach of the Prius' hybrid-electric motor is legendary. It's even managed to establish itself as the weapon of choice in modern TV duels. But some noisy news from Toyota shows that's all about to change.
Trulia released some compelling charts and graphs illustrating recent opinion research showing what might be the end of the McMansion. Even in Texas.
The latest words added to the Oxford Dictionary of English show our panic-button solutions to global warming are changing the linguistic climate.
The roomies jackhammer up concrete to make way for a garden. See what happens when that freshly-tilled urban soil meets a rainy summer and feral cats.
Umbra gives guidance counseling on how to green your keg-stand campus and raise greener money for a student organization.
Does it really make a difference to global sustainability if Americans have fewer kids? Damn straight, says William Ryerson of Population Institute.
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