Earth Day is over, but the National Zoo is encouraging people -- and animals -- to keep recycling.
Making small changes can have a big impact on the environment, that's the message the town of Vienna, Va. had in mind for its Green Expo.
D.C.'s solar industry says it's in crisis after one of the key ways to finance the panels is in jeopardy. Now, it's looking to the D.C. Council for help.
Businesses in downtown D.C. are trying to reinvent the area as an "eco-district," and they're taking steps to ensure it's more than just a name.
For Earth Day, the National Zoo is offering activities to teach children about conservation. But the Zoo is also trying to become a better steward of D.C.'s local environment.
In December, the water in the Chesapeake Bay got so cold that one-third of all adult crabs died, but they are still within healthy population levels.
Officials in Montgomery County now have more than one reason to pray for sunny days. (Actually, they have 1,250.)
The county marked the installation of its first solar power panels on government buildings Monday afternoon.
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