Living on Earth
The body heat from the hundreds of thousands of commuters who use Stockholm's Central Station will be harnessed to heat a nearby office building.
California's pattern of sprawl could hamper its plan to become the first state in the nation to effectively reduce climate change gases.
A small company in Nevada is testing the efficiency of their vertical turbines, and the clean-energy windmills may soon be on the market for homeowners.
A enterprising energy company recycles heat from smokestacks to create electricity without burning additional fossil fuels.
Nanosilver can be found in toothpaste and even baby pacifiers -- a look at the safety of products produced with nanotechnology.
Leading scientists say 350 parts per million of carbon dioxide in the air should be our target to reduce CO2 emissions.
'Living on Earth' reports on the global warming bill and its steep climb up Capitol Hill.
Outlook for solar industry cloudy if Congress doesnâ€™t renew clean energy tax credits.
A historic bill to cut the countryâ€™s greenhouse gases falls victim to a filibuster -- 'Living on Earth' reports.
The climate bill sparks a power struggle among power companies -- on 'Living on Earth.'