A growing number of states are requiring proper disposal of electronics. Here's what you need to know about the e-waste recycling process.
In his new book "The Land Grabbers," Fred Pearce investigates the Gulf sheiks, Chinese state corporations, Wall Street speculators, and Russian oligarchs who are buying up tracts all around the world.
Check out a 78-square-foot Manhattan apartment -- just enough space to park a Mini Cooper, or to live a happy urban existence.
A reader thinks a motorized bicycle would make riding easier, but it feels like cheating. Umbra makes the call.
Can you forsake lighting up the American flag at night for the sake of the environment? Umbra runs it up the flagpole.
It’s great when celebrities get the green bug and decide they want to use their fame to tell people “hey, this climate change thing? It’s a problem.” But guys, GUYS, as much as we appreciate the support, we’re REALLY going …
Flame-retardant chemicals are building up in our bodies, with unknown effects. To add insult to injury, they don't actually retard flames.
Aspen's city council blames immigrants for environmental problems -- the same immigrants who do the town's menial labor while the rich fly in on private jets to enjoy their big vacation homes.
There are all kinds of futuristic-looking energy-efficient light bulbs on the market — not just the traditional piggy-tail model, but liquid-cooled bulbs that look like glass jellyfish, and bulbs with gills like a mushroom or fins like a Cadillac. But …