The Town of Amherst is encouraging its residents to start composting, in an effort to cut back on the amount of garbage being sent to increasingly scarce
Businesses in Franklin County were given a lesson by students Thursday, in how to design more environmentally-friendly landscapes.
Spring cleaning is here, but what are people using to get their houses spic and span? Household cleaning supplies believed to be "green," may not be as healthy
Paper or plastic? It's a question you might not hear for much longer here in Massachusetts.
If you throw away electronics that you could recycle, you could pollute the water we drink, the air we breathe and even the ground.
More than one billion people across the world will take action Monday to raise awareness for the environment.
Water forms an extremely important part of life here on Earth, and a special event in Wilbraham on Friday highlighted this.
State wildlife officials are keeping an eye to the sky Friday, as part of a statewide effort to get an idea of how many bald eagles there are in Massachusetts.
The Obama administration is unveiling a plan to improve air quality by cleaning up gasoline and automobile emissions.
If passed by the Legislature, Massachusetts would join 24 other states which have imposed requirements on consumer electronics manufacturers to dispose of
Large elm trees once dominated the forests and front yards of New England, but their numbers have dropped substantially in the last 60 years due to the spread
You can add the Franklin County town of Whately to the list of Western Massachusetts communities that have been given recognition for going green.
Officials from the Patrick administration are planning to unveil what they are calling ambitious new energy goals to reduce energy consumption.
New efforts are underway in Franklin County to help improve conditions for brook trout in our area.
The state's largest wind farm is almost complete, and could start powering homes in the next couple weeks. But like many projects of its size, it has its
Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Rick Sullivan acknowledged Massachusetts and Rhode Island are competing for the Cape Wind jobs, as leaders of the