The latest news on environment
With illegal deforestation mounting, officials say they'll increase their vigilance.
You won't hear Andy Keller answering "plastic" to the "Paper or plastic?" question at the grocery store
As the Bush administration turns a blind eye, at least the polar bears have allies in Congress.
Everything from an electric motorcycle to a solar MP3 player was on display in Las Vegas.
A new website that offers consumers the opportunity to evaluate advertisers' environmental claims has debuted just as the Federal Trade Commission begins a series of public workshops addressing the rising industry of carbon offsets and related advertising.
The administration's decision won't be the last word on climate change and cars.
Solar panels look bold on a rooftop, and a Toyota Prius looks hip in the driveway.
50 Ways to Improve Your Life in 2008: Buy healthier cleaning products
Landfills are choking on E-waste, and Christmas only makes it worse.
A scientist this week proposed a new answer to the most-existential of questions: "How did life begin?"