30 percent of our greenhouse gas emissions comes from building construction. Can using trees instead of steel change that figure?
The national MyEnergi Lifestyle Retrofit contest could be your ticket to much lower utility bills and a tiny carbon footprint.
A new online tool will make it easier for restaurateurs and chefs to lower the carbon footprint of foodservice operations.
Unlike other carbon footprint tracking tools, which require you to record or predict trip lengths, GiveO2 does all of the work for you.
A new California development created just for tiny homes is in the works, plus a new workshop series is launching with tips on how to build your own tiny house.
Green buildings are energy-efficient and sustainable, but can they also be edible? At last, Architizer’s new Gingerbread Competition answers this unasked question.
Pinecrest, Fla., has become one of the first municipalities in the U.S. to offer a voluntary offset program designed to help the village meet its carbon goals.
There’s no arguing that e-books are lighter, more efficient and more versatile than printed books, but does that really make them better for the environment?
The Carbon Footprinting Gallery in London used creative exhibits to explore the carbon stories behind everyday products and household brands.
Health plan provider Kaiser Permanente has pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent of its 2008 levels through renewables and energy savings.