What is the best way to utilize sunlight—to grow food or to produce fuel?
Sit on a beach long enough, and the sun will set, the wind will die down. But the tides will roll in and out, and the waves will crash ceaselessly.
People’s perception of climate change is heavily influenced by what’s happening with their neighborhood weather
With smokers flicking an estimated 4.5 trillion cigarette butts into the ecosphere each year, it’s time take a tougher stand against the toxin-laden litter.
A new tool demonstrates the collective power of urban rooftops
Researchers have modified the lignin in poplar trees to self-destruct under mild processing conditions—a trick that could slash the cost of turning plant biomass into biofuels.
Carrying a bicycle onto a bus or subway for unrideable sections of your carless commute is less than convenient. This is where the Sada Bike fits in.
There are nearly 1,900 recorded edible insect species on Earth, and counting.
Rainforest Connection is a tiny nonprofit launched two years ago in San Francisco by Topher White.
In February, the World Resources Institute launched the first interactive, regularly updated map of the world’s forests.