The new Target Field claims to be first sports venue to use purified rain for upkeep and irrigation, asserting that it will reduce ball club's water consumption by 50 percent.
For Joe Wheeler, what started as a solution to his own residential water supply problem, has turned into a business venture and a passion for a green technique that appears heading for renaissance.
General Motors' Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant has received an Energy Star certification for energy efficiency.
BASE jumpers, snorkelers, and skate punks rejoice: The new models bring smaller size, better battery life, new video modes, and faster Wi-Fi.
General Electric joins three venture capital companies to invest $22 million in Project Frog, which uses high-tech tools to make low-energy buildings.
Nonprofit venture capitalist BP Agrawal wins humanitarian award for rain-harvesting system, health kiosks.
University of Maryland takes the top prize in this year's Solar Decathlon with a net zero-energy house. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, on hand to congratulate the winners, also addresses recent criticism of clean-energy investments.
Japanese expect it will take decades before the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant can be fully dismantled, according to a draft report. A temporary cover may limit some radiation leakage.
A Boston couple turns a tech-friendly green-home building project into an educational undertaking for themselves, neighbors, and contractors.
Now you no longer have to yell, "Look out!" during snowball fights.