conservation

10 American Cities With the Worst Drinking Water

Unknown to most Americans, a surprising number of U.S. cities have drinking water with extremely unhealthy levels of chemicals and contaminants. Using data collected from multiple sources for five years by Environmental Working Group, 24/7 Wall St. has compiled this list of the 10 worst.

'Unprecedented' Bat Die-Off Could Devastate Farming

A fungus is threatening to kill off most of North America's bat population, and that's a really big deal. Bats eat bugs -- vast quantities of bugs that would otherwise eat our crops -- and they pollinate plants, too. If researchers can't save them, U.S. agriculture will suffer a major blow.

A Beacon for U.S. Manufacturing

California's Lunera Lighting is a cutting-edge LED maker that's keeping its production close to home, at a contract manufacturer in the East Bay, near San Francisco. Its reasons for doing so shed light on some forces that could aid other U.S. manufacturers in the race for global competitiveness.

Coke Shines in New Solar Deal

Coca-Cola announced another major green initiative, as the world's biggest beverage company pushes ahead with an aggressive green agenda. Coca-Cola will place a three megawatt solar installation on rooftops of two Coca-Cola buildings in Spain.