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Our economy is constantly growing. All economic activities require energy, so economic growth demands increased energy...
Excerpted from the Solar Living Sourcebook. Myth: Turning down your thermostat at night or when you’re gone means you’ll use more...
Stephen Morris served on the Real Goods Board of Directors for more than seven years and was instrumental in developing the...
When a brown layer of air seems to have taken up residence around your city or town, you might think you're better off staying...
There's a light bulb revolution going on, and it makes Thomas Edison's ingenious hundred-year-old invention look almost crude....
Tips for reducing your water use
The amount of drinkable water per person is dramatically shrinking. In fact, the availability of freshwater will decrease by 33...
Cotton is one of India's most important cash crops, but it hardly felt like it to the farmers who were growing it conventionally...
The local ecosystem and the religious beliefs of a community of cotton farming families in rural India called for unique...
Q: Why are traditional cleaners bad for the environment?A: First, let's understand that we're talking about the environment...
It's mid-October and there's a chill in the air. Days are shorter. Frost blankets car windshields, leaves blanket the sidewalks,...