Apple prides itself on being green.
The new MacBook Pro with Retina display has the sharpest screen on the market, but its price may be too high for many.
Environmental campaign group Greenpeace has warned that if oil leaks from the stricken cruise liner Costa Concordia it could cause an environmental disaster, threatening marine life including birds, whales and sharks.
The oil industry launched a nationwide campaign titled "Vote 4 Energy" Wednesday, a day after the Iowa caucus set the stage for the 2012 presidential election.
The Internet uses more electricity in America than the auto industry uses to make cars and trucks.
Sure, most of us consider the environmental impact our recycling habits or car's gas mileage may have.
Radiation levels in a Japanese town outside a government-ordered evacuation zone have exceeded one of the criteria for evacuation, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Wednesday.
Twenty Greenpeace activists entered a nuclear reactor compound in eastern Spain early Tuesday and several of them climbed a refrigeration tower to protest the use of nuclear power, a Spanish official and Greenpeace spokeswomen said.
President Barack Obama's commission investigating last year's oil disaster is giving environmental groups hope that some change is on the horizon, but not the full scope of what they're looking for, two groups told CNN Thursday.
Representatives from about 200 countries wrapped up a meeting in China on Saturday on climate change and said they had moved closer to defining what could be achieved at a later conference.
Environmental activists with Greenpeace on Sunday swam in front of a Chevron oil drilling ship in the group's latest effort to prevent the giant vessel from reaching a drill site in the North Sea.
Greenpeace activists who prevented a Chevron oil drilling ship from moving to a drill site this week agreed Friday to end their protest after the oil company sought a court order against the demonstration.
Greenpeace activists who have interfered with the launch of a Chevron oil drilling ship in the North Sea say that they have enough fuel and supplies to last several weeks.
A court in northern Japan found two Greenpeace activists guilty Monday for stealing whale meat, but suspended their sentences, Greenpeace Japan said.
The oceans have become so depleted by over-fishing, pollution and climate change that they can only be saved by a large global network of reserves, according to a growing consensus among marine scientists.
Scientists are exploring how the secret to cleaning up pollution in our oceans lies within nature.
Greenpeace protesters shut down several BP stations in London, shortly after the oil company announced a CEO change.
Greenpeace protesters briefly shut down BP stations across London on Tuesday, after the oil company announced its second-quarter results, BP and Greenpeace said.
An expedition by environmental group Greenpeace has revealed a stunning array of sea life on the Arctic Ocean seabed.
Underwater photographer Gavin Newman shows CNN images filmed by Greenpeace hundreds of meters below the Arctic ice.
One of the world's largest pulp and paper companies is destroying Indonesia's rainforests and taking away the habitat of rare animals, environmental group Greenpeace charged Tuesday.
After just two days of closed-door negotiations, the leaders who had gathered at the International Whaling Commission in Agadir, Morocco, announced no agreement was reached on the IWC chair's proposal to improve whale conservation.
Among the world's biggest electronics companies, who will be the first to go green? It certainly won't be Nintendo, as the Japanese corporation famous for its game consoles came in dead last in Greenpeace's latest Guide to Greener Electronics.
Greenpeace is well-known for taking direct action in the name of saving the environment, but key to its campaigning now is the collective power of the Internet and social media, says Greenpeace's executive director, Kumi Naidoo.
Greenpeace Executive Director Kumi Naidoo talks about his organization's successful campaign to stop deforestation.
Seven members of the environmental group Greenpeace were arrested Monday after protesting at a private ship that the group says is scheduled to depart for Alaska this summer as part of a drilling mission.
CNN's Emily Chang gives a first-person account of covering pollution problems plaguing the denim industry.
Some of the visible winners of the volcanic ash flight chaos include coach companies, ferry operators, car hire firms and national train operators, including Eurostar, which has laid on extra trains in an attempt to cope with the explosion in demand.
A video clip which shows an office worker opening a Kit Kat chocolate bar and finding an orangutan's finger has been re-posted on video-sharing Web site YouTube, a day after it was removed at the request of food giant Nestlé.
Destruction of Indonesia's forests could have drastic effects on climate change. CNN's Arwa Damon reports
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month showcased massed ranks of shiny high-tech products all promising they would change our lives.
It's a massive jamboree, with tempers on both sides of the issue running hot and no final deal in sight.
The land still smolders, tinted with a depressing gray. Twisted hulks of tree trunks take on abnormal shapes. A dark black canal cuts through the wasted landscape.
A salty soup of seawater, microscopic pieces of plastic and marine debris. Those are the ingredients in the North Pacific Gyre, an ocean vortex estimated by Greenpeace to be the size of Texas, contaminated with the floating detritus of our modern lives.
Whatever happened to all those new nuclear power plants the country was supposed to build?
Mexico saw the first public protests this weekend over the government's decision to allow cultivation of the first genetically modified corn, which environmentalists and others say could ruin the nation's native crop.
Dozens of protesters camped out on the roof of Britain's parliament overnight to "save the climate," police reported Monday.
In what appeared to be the most visible demonstration yet of this week's G-20 summit, four people attached to a massive banner dangled from a Pittsburgh bridge Wednesday to protest the global economic meeting.
CNN's Phil Black spent time aboard the Greenpeace ship "Arctic Sunrise," to get a first-hand look at Greenland's melting glaciers.
My taxi driver is telling me about his meal last night. His name is William. He ate whale.
CNN's Anna Coren visits a recycling plant outside of Tokyo to see what happens to your old mobile phone.
Clouds of black smoke from burning plastic hang over the sites of Nigeria's vast dumps, as tiny figures pick their way through slicks of oily water, past cracked PC monitors and television screens.
Greenpeace protesters were arrested after climbing Mt. Rushmore and hanging a banner with a message to President Obama.
Eleven members of Greenpeace pleaded not guilty to federal charges after they were arrested for hanging a banner on South Dakota's Mount Rushmore Wednesday to protest global warming as the G-8 summit in Italy begins.
I'm writing this blog from Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland, where a cold katabatic wind is blowing off the ice onto the deck of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise.
Polar explorer Eric Philips blogs from the "Arctic Sunrise" during a three-month expedition to chart the impact of climate change.
A ship laden with toxic substances is due to arrive in northeast England for recycling Sunday, ending an odyssey that has seen it turned away from at least three other countries.
Environmental campaigners say they have dealt a blow to the proposed expansion of London's Heathrow Airport by buying up land earmarked for the construction of a controversial third runway.
CNN's Jim Boulden reports on a push to expand London's Heathrow Airport despite worries.
Some environmentalists attack bottled water. Not Conservation International, a Virginia-based nonprofit that aims to protect the earth's biodiversity.
The automobile is synonymous with the personal freedom and high standard of living of the consumer lifestyle. Greening the motor industry is about proving that that lifestyle is compatible with the fight against climate change.
No one wants melting ice cream. Nor do we want melting polar ice caps. The trouble is, keeping our ice cream cold warms the planet because powerful greenhouse gases are used in most refrigerators and freezers in the U.S.
Governments around the world continue to pump billions of dollars into financial markets, but there is still no telling whether the "injections of liquidity" will be enough to prevent "this sucker" -- to quote the President of the United States -- from going down.
Greenpeace called on the world's electronics companies to eliminate hazardous chemicals from their products, saying toxic waste from wealthy nations' gadgets ends up being dumped in poor countries despite laws prohibiting it
Little things like switching to compact fluorescent light bulbs and turning the heating down in our homes sounds so easy, but how many of us do make those small changes, and others like them, that together can make a much bigger difference to avoid climate change and protect the environment?
Greenpeace filed a criminal complaint with Japanese prosecutors Thursday, accusing whaling-ship crew members of stealing whale meat from a hunting trip.
Sandy Creek, North Carolina, gets a helping hand from nature to clean up its drinking water. CNN's Miles O'Brien reports.
It's thousands of square miles wide, virtually devoid of oxygen and it has been blamed for an increase in shark attacks: the Gulf of Mexico "Dead Zone" is getting bigger and forcing marine life -- including sharks - into shore.
Anti-whaling groups have claimed partial victory in their attempts to disrupt Japan's annual whale hunt in Antarctic waters.
CNN's Becky Anderson looks at how we can define the Spirit of Giving.
Australia releases pictures of recently-slaughtered whales in its campaign against Japanese whaling. ITN's Paul Davies reports.
Japan has resumed whaling in the waters near Antarctica -- only days after groups hoping to stop it left the area, Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade told CNN on Friday.
Planet in Peril, a CNN worldwide investigation, takes viewers around the globe in a two-part, four-hour documentary that examines our changing planet. Planet in Peril looks at four key issues: climate change, vanishing habitats, disappearing species and human population growth.
An anti-whaling group accuses the crew of a Japanese vessel of kidnapping two activists. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.
Three conservation groups notified the federal government Wednesday they intend to sue to get polar bears listed as a threatened species due to global warming
U.S. statistics in 2005 revealed that less than 20 percent of the country's used or unwanted electronics were recycled. Now companies likes Sony, Nokia and Hewlett Packard are creating drop-off centers there to make it easier to properly dispose of their products.
Most people have an inkling that if you drilled down to the Earth's core, it would feel pretty hot down there -- around 5,500 degrees Celsius (9,932 degrees Fahrenheit) to be precise, in fact, according to Greenpeace. (Nearer the Earth's surface, however it is a more bearable 10-16 degrees Celsius (50-60 degrees F) all year round.)
The problem with technology is by its nature it has to be new, or at least appear so. As a result, our televisions, mobile phones and computers seem ever too frequently out of date.
One electronics giant aims to cut the environmental impact of their products. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.
In remote villages in India, people are now able to provide themselves with power. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
The sun, we are frequently told, is the best source of energy there is -- so much so that in just one hour it can provide the earth with all the energy its inhabitants demand in a year. Not only can the sun provide us with all of our energy needs (10,000 times over in fact, according to Greenpeace) but it can also apparently do this without any of those unpleasant side effects that you get from fossil fuels such as air pollution or ozone depletion. And best of all, this resource will never run out -- or at least, not in the next 5 billion years or so.
Destruction of Indonesia's peatlands to make way for the production of palm oil is leading to a significant increase in greenhouse gas emissions, a problem that will get worse as demand for biofuel grows, Greenpeace reported Thursday.
CNN's Hugh Riminton looks at one institute's efforts to help farmers prepare for climate change.
Feed the world's starving. Cure vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Put an end to crop failure. Combat global warming. Such are the promises of genetically modified (GM) rice. But if it all sounds too good to be true, environmentalists say, that's because it is.
The world's second largest rainforest -- a haven of biodiversity and one of the planet's vital safeguards against runaway global warming -- is being devastated by illegal logging, environmentalists have warned.
Question: When you wipe your nose with a Kleenex, are you helping wipe out ancient forests?
Putting fish genes in plants? It's messing with nature, isn't it?
The Greenpeace environmental group says a Japanese whaling ship has deliberately rammed its protest ship Arctic Sunrise in the Southern Ocean.
Claiming that chemical plants haven't been able to adequately protect themselves from terrorists, a Maine senator is planning to introduce legislation Monday that would set mandatory security standards and shut down plants that don't comply.
It's been 34 years since a long-haired, thick-bearded Canadian journalist reluctantly boarded a dilapidated fishing boat for a rocky journey up the coast of Alaska and into ecological history.
Paul Tebo is no one's idea of a revolutionary. A mild-mannered, gray-haired, 59-year-old chemical engineer, he has worked at DuPont for 35 years. He used to run the firm's $3-billion-a-year petroch...
Not many environmentalists count Warren Buffett among their heroes. But John Passacantando, 41, executive director of Greenpeace USA, doesn't have a typical activist's bio. He majored in economics ...
Last June, Gordon Conway, a scholarly British ecologist, walked into the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., for a momentous meeting with Monsanto's board. The company had invited him for a private ...
The battle between chemical companies and environmentalists over chlorine has a new player. And he's getting jumpy.
Few charities have gone mainstream faster than those that seek to protect the environment. In 1987, environmental groups raised $1.6 billion. Last year, they took in $2.5 billion. Another sign of g...
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