To mark the annual celebration, CNET creates a green electronics guide, a new weekly show focusing on eco-living, and tips on how to reduce your carbon footprint.
Van Jones, one of the first to recognize the power of the "green collar" job corps, has been tapped to advise the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
The group of IT industry leaders recommends data center evaluations include a score for power usage effectiveness or PUE scalability.
How far would you go to demonstrate your concern for the environment? Californian Dave Chameides trumps the landfill with his own basement stash of trash.
Some gadgets billed as "green" can power electronics off the grid. Others help you reduce energy use at home, work, or on your daily commute. CNET editors Elsa Wenzel and Wayne Cunningham talk about some of the latest tools on the market.
We've read between the lines of the perplexing pricing options for Intuit TurboTax and H&R Block TaxCut. What's the best deal for you?
Many sites pledge to pay you for mailed-in used consumer electronics. But just how much do they give you, and are they even worthwhile?
Many Web sites pledge to pay you for mailing in used electronics. Which ones look the most lucrative?
First wave project in California nixed, a delay in big California solar project, falling fuel prices and the credit crunch hit clean energy, underground carbon storage very far from reality, credit crunch delays energy projects, and a look at portable liq
In Monday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi and Elsa Wenzel discuss Apple's newly released MobileMe, which proves to be not quite as mobile as expected.