From catching a teacher eating in front of an open refrigerator to probing a coach who forgot to cover the swimming pool, photography students use humorous situations to explore energy conservation.
The San Mateo-based solar installation company on Monday announced its plans to review its fiscal earnings, beginning with the first quarter of 2012, after an auditing error was discovered this past week.
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.
Some scientists hail plant-based fuels as means for U.S. energy independence and environmental protection. But a new analysis from Stanford researchers reveals some unanticipated and unfortunate side effects.
Thousands of flowers will adorn Thanksgiving tables today, but according to Stanford earth science students, many professional and store-bought arrangements are grown with heavy pesticides and may not make for eco-friendly centerpieces.
High-speed rail is one of President Obama’s priorities, but Northern California debates continue. According to Stanford earth science students, high-speed trains are only eco-friendly if full.
Corn ethanol has environmental, economic and social impacts that reach far beyond the gas tank. And by almost any analysis, those impacts make it a poor choice for fuel in the United States.
Household appliances draw surprisingly large amounts of energy during all hours they’re plugged in – even when they’re not in use. They are “energy vampires” that waste electricity and drive up power bills.