By the new year, the Vatican will go solar. In September, engineers began installing 2,000 solar panels designed by the German firm SolarWorld and given to the Vatican as an Epiphany gift.

Kaitlin Barker 10-20-2008
The financial crisis is nothing to bat an eyelash at, of course, but as the U.S.
Becky Garrison 10-20-2008

Through videos, dioramas, and interactive stations, the American Museum of Natural History's (AMNH) exhibit Climate Change: The Threat to Life and A New Energy Future, explores the different ways we have altered the natural world through our

Elizabeth Palmberg 1-01-2008
Don't buy the corporate agrofuel greenwash.
Rose Marie Berger 12-01-2007

Between 1950 and 1970, the U.S.

Jim Rice 8-01-2007

Proponents claim that nuclear energy is the power source of the future - clean, green, and safe. Are they right?

Bonnie Urfer 8-01-2007

Every year, 1 million radioactive shipments crisscross the U.S.

The untapped potential of biodiesel.
Scott DeGraf 5-01-2005

10 easy things (and a few harder ones) you can do to plug in to a simpler lifestyle.

A 2003 report claims that the Bush administration'

A 2003 report claims that the Bush administration's hydrogen economy initiative stops short of offering an affordable and efficient solution to U.S. dependence on foreign oil in the near future. David Morris, vice president of the Institute for

David Batstone 6-01-2004
No magic elixir will solve our energy dilemma, short of radically changing our consumption.

In January, Maine Interfaith Power and Light—an electricity-purchasing group rooted in the faith community—announced the availability of two green electricity options for homeowners in Maine.

The RAND corporation, one of the earliest U.S. military think tanks, released a report on the implications of using alternative power-generation technologies...

The waste produced by one chicken in its lifetime can supply enough electricity to run a 100-watt bulb for five hours.

David Morris 11-01-2001
What's wrong with a one-size-fits-all energy policy?