News from Mary Mazzoni
In an effort to eliminate the damage that discarded monofilament fishing line can cause to birds, marine life and the environment, a Louisiana town is launching the state's first fishing line recycling program.
Feature from Justin Gammill
People raise their hands and demand cleaner energy alternatives, yet they continue to shun the source that is not only already producing 11% of the world’s power, but is responsible for 96.5% fewer greenhouse emissions as compared to coal. They ...
News from Wendy Angel
Boats in Rio de Janeiro’s Guanabara Bay are cleaning up garbage in the area’s notoriously polluted waterways in preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Feature from Paula Felps
Fiberglass from derelict and unwanted boats ends up in landfills. Capt. Ed Carter is working to change the tide.
Feature from Cindy Baldhoff
The U.S. commercial fishing industry adds a lot to the economy -- and a lot of waste to the environment. Fishing for Energy's solution? Free recycling of old and unusable fishing gear.
On the surface, the ubiquitous pallet seems ideal for reuse: It's wood, it's recycled and it's free. Before reusing a pallet at home, though, read this to protect your health.
News from Nate Lipka
PlanetSolar's Tûranor, the world's largest solar-powered boat, beat its own world record this month by crossing the Atlantic in 22 days. See the amazing vessel in action.
List from Nate Lipka
The majority of structures nowadays are still built using age-old materials and techniques. But every once in a while, someone comes along and knocks our socks off with a bold eco-friendly build that's too good not to share.
Canadian artist Dave Hind has created hundreds of recycled metal pieces over his 20-year career, from stunning etched portraits to massive 15-foot installations. Click through to see some of our favorites and learn more about how they're made.
News from Christina Caldwell
The man-made reef has become the home of 40 species of sea dwellers.