Most Huggable: Dumpster Diving, Green Home Labels, Cellulosic Ethanol + More

Meet Daniel and Amanda Burt, a very normal couple who just happen to dumpster dive.

A new study suggests that our current efforts to simply stabilize our carbon emissions -- as opposed to, say, completed zeroing them out -- are just not getting it done.

Green home labels are popping up everywhere, but how do you know what's really green and what's greenwashing?

A company called ECO2 Plastics has found a better way to recycle.

The first commercial cellulosic ethanol facility, actively converting waste biomass into renewable fuel, went online last month.

Tags: Architecture | Biofuels | Carbon Emissions | Dumpster Diving | Recycling