Small changes during the holidays can help our planet in big ways.
Businesses, innovators, artists, policy experts, designers and more collaborated at SXSW Eco 2016 to advance solutions, ideas and initiatives that drive social, economic and environmental change.
The feeling of happiness can be contagious, and we want to get everyone on the happy bandwagon.
You’ve posed the question: “How do wind turbines generate power?” So we’re giving you the answer.
The Green Mountain Energy Sun Club donated $50,000 to the Science Barge to enlarge the solar array by 3.4 kilowatts and to replace the existing energy storage equipment.
Since 2010, Green Mountain Energy has been the only renewable energy company to offset the carbon emissions produced by attendee travel to SXSW Eco.
There’s an environmental election taking center stage. Along what party lines are you aligned – clean energy or fossil fuel resources?
Between downing some Java and getting to your job, there’s definitely still time for taking an eco-initiative in the mornings.
Your small business can take an active role in bettering our environment.
SEARCH’s House of Tiny Treasures received a rainwater harvesting system thanks to an $86,000 donation from Green Mountain Energy Sun Club.