Even when appliances and devices are powered off -- if the devices are plugged in, they're sucking up power. These so-called "vampire electronics" account for five to 10 percent of an average home's energy use.
By Connie Kargbo
A major clash in California is taking place between environmentalists trying to protect the abundant wildlife off shore and commercial fishers who depend on the ocean's bounty for their livelihood. Recently released images of sea life killed by drift gill-nets…
By PBS NewsHour
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, eating seafood sustainably can drastically help us meet our seafood needs without compromising the needs of future generations. But what does sustainability mean when it comes to the seafood we consume?…
By News Desk
What's at Stake in the Candidates' Different Visions for Medicaid…
Following our "do good" business reporting in B Corps and how to turn a building sustainable in "Bein' Green," we're highlighting the AIA's ten best green projects. Browse through our slideshow to see 2012's winners.
The race for New Mexico's first open Senate seat in 26 years has brought the national renewable energy debate into local focus as Republican Rep. Steve Pearce battles Democratic Rep. Tom Udall for the job.
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