CJ May is a green magician, trying to use magic and performances to show how by recycling, we can perform magic in our everyday lives.
In the wake of an investigation into a well-known Tennessee guitar manufacturer, Gibson Guitar, two Tennessee lawmakers are seeking to loosen the environmental regulations that enabled the federal government to raid the company.
About 200 miles from Anchorage, in a remote corner of a remote state, there's hundreds of billions of dollars of minerals laying underground. Getting them out, however, could endanger an important natural ecosystem.
In Uganda, the coffee trees are nearly empty — and it's not because of the harvest. A combination of disease, lack of rain and rising temperatures are decimating coffee crops.
Because drinking tap water in Nigeria can be hazardous to your health, a lot of bottled water gets created. Now, an NGO is trying to turn those bottles into material to build houses.
A war of words over logging in Australia has ignited between a large Malaysian logging company and environmentalists, and it's captured the Olympics in London as well.
David Lachman has come up with what he thinks is a quick, easy way for residents of areas with colder climates to cut electric bills. Turn the modern refrigerator into a bit of an old-fashioned ice box.
House Republicans are trying to carve out a large exemption to federal clean environment regulations. A bill in committee now would grant the U.S. Department of Homeland Security an exemption from almost all environmental laws when on federal land, within 100 miles of an international border.
The Chinese are becoming more and more fond of purchasing organic produce--but not so much for the health benefits but because it can help them hopefully avoid tainted foods.
The Little Penguins are disappearing around Sydney in Australia, but a new tool — a dog — is helping conservationists get a handle on their hard-to-find birds.