The school district is uprooting sprinkler-reliant lawns, implementing composting and recycling and adopting more energy conscious habits in its push to reduce its carbon footprint and save money.
Contrary to popular belief, Daylight Saving Time was not motivated by farmers. Its actual goal was to save energy—but does it? A Stanford scientist explores the evidence.
In this month’s Sound Advice for a Green Earth column, a Stanford science student recommends do-it-yourself ways to save on energy bills and seal drafty homes and apartments.
The average shower uses less than a third of the water required to fill a bathtub, but there are many other ways people can save water and add more green products to their bathrooms, showers and linen closets.