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Solar Car Battery Charger Is Free Fuel for Electric Vehicle Drivers
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including a solar car battery charger in San Diego.
The Hunt-Winston Solar Car Challenge
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including in Mississippi for the Down on the Farm Solar Tour.
Going Solar Rogue in Oil-Rich Alaska
The 2010 National Solar Tour is showcasing nationwide uses of solar power, including in Alaska.
The Madagascar Tortoise Crisis
Many of the tortoises and turtles of Madagascar are critically endangered and a tortoise brigade is needed to stop the black market trade in pets and food.
The Arctic's "Surprising" Double-Dip Melt (Update)
The Arctic sea ice extent for 2010 will be the third-lowest ever recorded, behind 2007 and 2008 and far below the average.
"Straighten Out the Frickin' Noodle" and Other Smart Solutions from CGI
Video of the Clinton Global Initiative, where Timberland, NRG Energy, Walmart and others have made new environmental commitments and shared success stories.
Photos: Two Generations of Beekeepers
Two generations of beekeepers in photos.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Prove Couples That Volunteer Together, Stay Together
Brangelina -- Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie -- show that couples that volunteer together stay together, for their work rebuilding New Orleans green and more projects.
Latest Toxic Children's Jewelry Recalls:
Mood Rings and Necklaces
Childrens jewelry with lead and cadmium is requently recalled. See the latest childrens and kids jewelry recalled because of lead and cadmium by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Grand Canyon National Park Quarter Released:
Which Park Will Your State Quarter Feature?
New National Park Quarters are being minted, starting in 2010 with Yosemite, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Hot Springs National Park Quarters, and Mt Hood National Forest.
So How Big Was the BP Oil Spill?
How big was the BP gulf oil spill? The size of the BP gulf oil spill makes it the biggest accidental oil spill in world history, after already becoming the biggest oil spill in US history.
10 Win Heinz Awards
The 2010 Heinz Award winners are working in fields as various as green chemistry and journalism.
What Your Office Photocopier Knows About You
Copy machines do save images of each photocopy or fax made...unless security settings are enabled. This can become a risk. Also get green copying tips.
18 of the Most Bizarre New Animals
Strange new animals have been discovered by scientists. See the most bizarre new creatures discovered all over the world in recent years.
Visiting Costa Rica, the Model of Ecotourism
Costa Rica is a world-class destination for ecotourism and adventure.
Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Isn't The Only Weird Use of Meat
Lady gaga's meat dress and other weird meat creations.
6 Green Scams You Should Look Out For
Some green products aren't all they're cracked up to be.
The Fourmile Canyon Fire in Colorado, and 14 More of the Summer's Biggest Wildfires, as Seen from Space
These wildfire pictures from NASA satellites show some of summer's biggest forest fires and peat bog fires from space. Photos like these show how destructive wildfires can be.
Are You an Overloaded Liberal?
Questions for Fran Hawthorne author of The Overloaded Liberal: Shopping, Investing, Parenting, and Other Daily Dilemmas in an Age of Political Activism.
Recycled art comes to life in Glassphemy, which smashes glass en masse. Watch the video.
5 Years After Katrina, New Orleans Is a Gumbo of Hope, Disappointment and Green Building (Photos)
A visit to New Orleans on the 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina reveals hope, in the form of Rebuilding Together and others, as well as a great deal of damage still.
A Sculptor's Raw Material? Finds from Flea Market (Video)
Hunting for more than bargains at the Brooklyn Flea. This sculptor finds his materials at the flea market.
Another Gulf Oil Rig Explosion, Another Gulf Oil Spill
Another Gulf oil rig explosion followed five and a half months after the start of the record-setting BP oil spill and the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion.
Brooks' Green Silence Shoe Is a Sole Mate for the Conscious Runner
Brooks Green Silence are eco friendly running shoes built for hardcore running.
5 Years After Katrina, 1,000 Volunteers Help New Orleans Rebuild Green
Rebuilding Together New Orleans has teamed up with Sears, Americorps and other partners to revitalize the devastated city five years after Hurricane Katrina.
'New Nasty Nine' Toxic Chemicals Added to the 'Dirty Dozen'
The United Nations will add nine new chemicals to the Stockholm Convention ban on persistent organic chemicals, originally dubbed the dirty dozen.
Is Mineral Makeup Bad for Your Lungs?
Natural makeup artist Jessa Blades answers a beauty question on mineral makeup.
New TV Series Documents TerraCycle's Landfill-to-Retail Production
New TV series Garbage Moguls goes behind the scenes with TerraCycle and shows how their reclaimed and recycled products are made. Show premiers Saturday on National Geographic.
The 8 Deadliest Catches
Commercial fishing is one of the most deadly occupations in America, and the most deadly fisheries may or may not be sustainable.
5 Things You Should Know About the Pakistan Flood
The Pakistan flood has been tied to global warming, international security and other problems; here's what you should know about the flood and the environment.
Green Cruising or Cruise Ship Pollution?
Cruise lines work on their environmental footprint, but cruise ship pollution remains, especially in Canadian waters.
15 Eco-Friendly Volunteer Vacations
Volunteer vacations are opportunities for you to volunteer around the world, scuba diving, organic farming, clearing and maintaining trails and more.
The Back-to-School Guide to Clutter: Where to Donate Last Year's School Supplies
Back to school shopping? Find out where to donate your used school supplies, backpacks, clothes and computer.
'Ground Zero Mosque' Will Be a Green Building
Park51, the so-called Ground Zero Mosque to be built two blocks from the site of the World Trade Center will be a green building, certified to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED certification.
Almost Half of All Bottled Water Comes from the Tap, but Costs You Much More
The GAO has released an authoritative indictment of the way bottled water health, water quality and environmental impact is regulated in the U.S. And another report shows how much bottled water is tap water.
Solar Panel Recycling Gears Up
Like e waste, solar panels are starting to get recycled, as the solar industry wakes up to environmental impacts.
The 23 Most Highly Polluting U.S. Cement Plants
A list of the most highly polluting cement kilns in the country, along with information about a new rule to reduce mercury and other air pollution from cement plants.
How Rice Can Resurrect Your Cell Phone and Other Natural Fixes for Common Tech Problems
Easy ways to repair broken electronics at home, from scratched discs and LCD screens to dead batteries and wet cell phones or laptops.
Quirky "Secret Life of Things" Videos Demonstrate Benefits of Green Design
Leyla Acaroglu and the Eco Innovators' The Secret Life of Things has videos and resources on green design; the first is about cell phone recycling.
The Best Green School Supplies: We Make Back-to-School Shopping Easy
A simple guide to the best green school supplies for the new school year. Find the best green back to school supplies that are nontoxic and sustainable.
6 Reasons Clover Is Not a Weed!
White clover is not a weed. It actually helps lawns by producing fertilizer for grass naturally, masking weeds and providing these other essential functions for a healthy lawn.
4 Easy Ways to Save Energy with Your Computer
Use these 4 tips to make your computer use more energy efficient.
The Best Websites for Planning an Ecotour
The best websites for planning an ecotourism trip.
Why Am I Fat? Four Surprising Reasons
Four surprising factors that make people fat. Stress, lack of sleep, endocrine disrupting chemicals and baby formula (lack of breastfeeding) all make people gain weight and could cause obesity.
The Facts About Childhood Poisonings with Home Cleaning Products
Home cleaning products that cause the most childhood poisonings and injuries include bleach, but also detergents, acids and others you may not be aware of.
10 Endangered Vacations for 2010 (Video)
Video feature on ABC News Now of THe Daily Green's signature feature, Endangered Vacations.
6 Innovative Solar Powered Vehicles
Solar powered vehicles offer exciting green promise, although they aren't practical just yet. We take a look at solar planes, trains, automobiles, scooters, bicycles and more.
10 Ways Geolocation Is Changing the World
Geolocation technology is changing the way we interact with each other and the environment, from Foursquare to 4Mobile, Oil Reporter and beyond. Find local foods, green transportation and much more.
One of the World's Most Iconic Buildings Goes Green
As part of its sustainability initiative, the Empire State Building has retrofit its design to increase energy efficiency, educate visitors and inspire other buildings to be green.
More Magazines Adopt Recycled Paper, While Major Holdouts Remain
More magazines are using recycled paper, but major publishing industry holdouts remain. FutureMark Paper has increased the quality of recycled magazine paper, and Frank Locantore and others hope companies will buy.