Living on Earth
President Obama announces $3.4 billion dollars worth of stimulus money to roll out the American smart grid.
How American automakers are staying competitive with electric vehicles, and what car companies in other countries are bringing to the market.
Two documentary filmmakers plant vegetables in the back of a pickup truck to show that food can be grown just about anywhere.
Scientists working with Lao farmers to increase profitable harvests by finding higher yielding varieties of sticky rice.
At the G20, President Obama said he would phase out fossil fuel subsidies as a way to combat climate change.
With less than three months to iron out a new treaty to replace the Kyoto protocol, world leaders face tough obstacles.
The president’s green jobs czar, Van Jones, quit his post after attacks by conservatives -- what this signals for the green energy agenda.
New research says just how addictive smoking is for you depends on the color of your skin, and reveals the link between nicotine and melanin.
Scientists want to clean up region of the Pacific known as the Plastic Vortex where soupy mass of plastic debris cover an area twice the size of Texas.
A new appointment could bring reform to the widely criticized Occupational Safety and Health Administration.