INFOGRAPHIC: Which U.S. states care most about the environment?

As the Earth heats up, thankfully so does interest in sustainable living and renewable energy. What we Google says a lot about what we’re concerned with, and in this unique study, Save On Energy analyzed Google Trends to see where people are searching for environmental topics the most....more

Bella Gaia: "Ground Control to Major Tom"

Go the lyrics of the David Bowie classic "Major Tom." The chorus refers to the Major's glorious view from his space capsule, as he drifts out of radio contact. In this case, the same imagery might instead call out, "Attention climate change deniers."...more


The dichotomy between grass and desertification provides an insightful representation of California's record-breaking warmest January through August. ...more

BRIC Was It, Now EMIC Is the Thing

"Daring for Big Impact" was held at the Greifenstein Castle in Switzerland....more

Water, Water Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink….

Californians hope to avoid a desolate future with the development of desalination systems across the state. Photo by Bruce Rolff....more

Look to Sam Champion to Keep Us Safe and Smart on The Weather Channel

No, Sam Champion is not just another handsome talking head. To prove it, he has taken the bold step of leaving perhaps the number one weatherperson position in the world at ABC's Good Morning America to become Managing Editor at The Weather Channel. His new show is called AMHQ, for America's Morning Headquarters. It is an amalgam of news, sports, lifestyle and, of course, weather forecasting and reporting, running each weekday from 7-10 a.m. ET. ...more
I enjoyed watching him on GMA until I realized he's not actually a meteorologist, like Ginger ...more

Mother Nature: The Omnipotent

Click here to read an original op-ed from the TED speaker who inspired this post....more

Red, White, & Waterless

PARK CITY, UTAH -- Over July 4th, I was hiking in the breathtaking mountains of Park City, clipping along at a steady pace at 8,000-plus feet with the Blind Melon song "No Rain" providing musical backup. I came upon a near-empty snowmaking reservoir that is usually full at this time of year. Realizing I never paid much attention to the lyrics since the song's hook is so unique, I suddenly thought, "No rain, indeed." The small puddle in the center of this receptacle won't provide much fuel for snowmaking unless the rains come a lot more frequently, and for long showers. ...more

The Great Downsizing Debate Continues

Jennifer Schwab Director of Sustainability,