High-tech sensors detect and measure carbon dioxide and other greenhouse pollutants to see if emissions into the atmosphere are being reduced, especially in mega-cities to see if reduction goals are being met.
The Blue Ridge Elementary School built four raised beds for its community garden that the kindergartners will work on. Other Earth Day celebrations included a trail hike and a talk about prairies.
The morel season usually goes from early April to the beginning of May, but this year's has been delayed because of cool weather.
Mayor McDavid has issued a proclamation encouraging residents to power down for the event, which will occur internationally from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23.
Two families contend that their solar panels are allowed under state regulations that trump a local ordinance. A city official says the more restrictive rule might apply.
John Robert Holmes and Ryan Kanavich recently opened Volt Riders at 716 W. Sexton Road, combining Holmes' passions for bicycles and electronics and Kanavich's keen interest in mopeds.
Coal Free Mizzou is a student organization advocating for wind, solar and renewable energy power at MU. Recently, the group decided to change tactics and try to work with UM System officials.
The Saint Louis Zoo has learned new techniques to increase reproduction rates of endangered Ozark hellbenders.
Coal Free Mizzou will host McKibben as a guest speaker at 6 p.m. Wednesday in MU's Ellis Auditorium.
The event sought to make people aware of prescription drug abuse and environmental concerns.
A Columbia company is attempting to produce Missouri's next renewable energy resource, and its owners are hoping to start with the Columbia Municipal Power Plant.
The South Farm Showcase, a free event sponsored by the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources on Saturday, was organized to educate visitors about the environment.
MU expands its renewable resource platform with a wind turbine that will power the old Beef Barn near Memorial Stadium.
Although a burn ban has been lifted and lawns have become greener, the National Weather Service says the long-term weather prognosis isn't good.
This summer's drought caused damage, but the rains from tropical storms have revived many plants. The temperatures and sunlight will determine the show.
An outbreak of hemorrhagic disease has killed thousands of deer across the state.
The fair will feature solar tours and workshops about composting and living sustainably on a college campus.
The Council members discuss about altering the passed ordinance on Tuesday which excludes subdivided properties from redevelopment status.
The clean-up effort will begin with monitoring of Hinkson Creek to determine the best ways to reduce runoff and improve water quality.