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Disney unveils an environmental publicity stunt for its latest movie, a cynical move.
More people would choose to live in cities, which are more conducive to green living, if housing was easier to find.
SC Johnson is among companies trying to make ingredient lists easier to understand.
As retailers close stores and homeowners abandon foreclosed properties, the environmental damage is becoming clear.
Exelon, Whirlpool and Google are exploring smart-grid technology, which could change the way we use power.
The recording industry continues to pump out compact discs, but where do they end up? Landfills.
New programs aimed at recycling specific items are too cumbersome to be effective.
Many new moms buy breast pumps, but there are few ways to recycle them when they no longer need them.
All things point to smaller, more fuel-efficient cars, which will arrive en masse right around the corner.
Offsetting your carbon footprint and sprucing up your town is more complex than it would seem.