Could Occupy Wall Street's "People's Bailout" be scaled up to bail out the environment?
A new poll shows Americans are not as hopeful about Obama's ability to make positive environmental change as they were in 2008.
The world's largest producer of fresh fruits and veggies is accused of destroying wetlands and local farms in Guatemala.
Walmart is expanding its "Sustainability Index" to make its products greener. But it should start with its labor force: Workers are planning a big "Black Friday" strike.
No, that's not backwards.
Patriot Coal has agreed to a deal to stop mountaintop-removal mining, which the company says "will result in a reduction of our environmental footprint."
The Department of Agriculture is doling out grants to build connections between schools and nearby farmers.
Coal has only a bit, bit, bit part -- but you shouldn't be surprised it turned up.
This week, Google announced that it’s putting $75 million into an Iowa wind farm, making for a total of $990 million invested in clean energy.
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