The mayor of Minneapolis is offering a new monthly meat-free supper club for community members to join him and other policymakers to discuss environmental issues impacting the city.
The company took its own ocean-cleaning system out into the Caribbean Sea to eliminate a garbage patch near Honduras.
Disney World is almost done with its brand new solar facility. But that's not the only update to Disney's theme parks.
A new lithium-based battery could absorb greenhouse gas before it ever gets into the atmosphere.
For the first time ever, the airline flew on LanzaTech jet fuel derived from industrial waste on steel mills.
The UN says the globe needs to drastically reduce its carbon emissions to beat back climate change. Here's what individuals can do.
A new study suggests that a fungal extract could immunize honey bees against two major viruses, and help combat the plunge in bee populations.
Only 10 percent of the ancient Hambach Forest in Germany is left, but a Berlin-based nonprofit search engine wants to buy the remaining land for more than $1 million to save it from further mining.
By banning the sale of fossil-fueled cars and making electric vehicles cheaper, the European country hopes to improve air quality.
Invenergy is building a hybrid solar-wind farm in Ohio that could be the largest of its kind, providing clean energy 24 hours a day.
The seafood restaurant chain will make plastic straws available only by request next month, and eventually replace them with an eco-friendly alternative.
This tubing system could halve the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in five years, and it's finally ready for its first journey.
The International Energy Agency’s latest annual report says clean energy will only continue to grow around the world as an alternative to traditional power sources.
The Paramore singer's cruelty-free Good Dye Young haircare is now available at Sephora's online shops.
As of Oct. 1, a new law in Austin requires local eateries to dispose of food waste in a responsible manner.
The Ukrainian government has transformed the former nuclear power plant into a functioning solar-electric farm.
One company has developed the world's first peer-to-peer solar electricity trading platform making it easy for neighbors with excess green energy share with others.
The new facility from 80 Acre Farms will grow fresh produce without pesticides and with minimal water year-round.