Carbon Footprint

Reconsidering Carbon and Its Misuse
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Reconsidering Carbon and Its Misuse

William McDonough, the renowned architect behind the Cradle-to-Cradle design... More

Harvard: Most U.S. Counties Could Benefit $1 Million From Power Plant Carbon Standards
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Harvard: Most U.S. Counties Could Benefit $1 Million From Power Plant Carbon Standards

Within five years of implementation of carbon standards, projected health benefits... More

Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Growing GDP Are Not Mutually Exclusive
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Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Growing GDP Are Not Mutually Exclusive

The U.S. and 20 other countries have successfully boosted economic growth while... More

Photos: America's Carbon Footprint Bigger Than Europe's
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Photos: America's Carbon Footprint Bigger Than Europe's

Looking at how cities are laid out from the air shows why. More

How Do Americans Really Feel about Obama’s Climate Change Program?
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How Do Americans Really Feel about Obama’s Climate Change Program?

26 U.S. states sued to stop the policy, but most Americans actually support it. More

The Greenest City in the World by 2020
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The Greenest City in the World by 2020

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada wants to become the world’s greenest city by... More

Try this Acid (Chart)
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Try this Acid (Chart)

Our oceans have been getting more and more acidic, now you can watch the process... More

Clean(ish) Coal
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Clean(ish) Coal

Clean coal could be the future, but it also has many unseen costs. More

Positively Carbon-Positive
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Positively Carbon-Positive

This prefab takes energy-efficiency to the next level. More

Parisian Photographer Transforms Thousands of Plastic Bags Into Swarming Flocks of Sparlings
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Parisian Photographer Transforms Thousands of Plastic Bags Into Swarming Flocks of Sparlings

Alain Delorm’s project, “Murmurations,” illuminates the harmful effects of waste... More

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