Like the mighty turbines of Google’s newly acquired wind farm, I harness the power of anticipation with this belated, but no less formidable celebrity lineup of TNGG’s Best of Green Week.
Greenpeace’s latest report, “How Dirty is Your Data,” paints a grim picture for cloud computing and the energy sources it requires.
By introducing a law that will grant legal rights to nature, Bolivia has positioned itself to become Greenpeace’s new BFF.
We are heading toward a major global food shortage because we are overpopulated, destroying our own cropland, and thanks to climate change, seeing declines in the amount of viable wheat and corn yields.
There are little things city folk can do to even slightly alleviate the haze of smog and pollution in cities around the world, such as Earth Hour.
Cartoons can play a huge role teaching environmental consciousness to young tots. Hey, look how good we Millenials turned out! Here’a look back at some of our early role models.
You say you’re an environmentalist, so why aren’t you a vegetarian?
Scooters are the best way to travel. They’re cost-effective, economically friendly, and most importantly, FUN!
Going green requires many lifestyle changes. But another place that can also take some eco-friendly changes is the bedroom. Here are some tips about going green in the sheets while still going hard!
In honor of Green Week, save some energy — yours. Instead of reading hundreds of words, you get to watch a few short clips from NBC’s Green Week, now in its sixth year. Enjoy!