UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Kermit the Frog says it's not easy being green, but that's not the case at UI.
ILLINOIS -- The state is getting high marks when it comes to being green.
A U of I building receives the nation's highest "green building" honor.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- There's a green way to get rid of those leftover Jack-o'-lanterns.
SPRINGFIELD -- The state could soon add more electric cars to its fleet.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The University is teaming up with the EPA to keep the air clean.
CHAMPAIGN -- CUMTD is thinking green, and they're turning to stickers to help.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) is teaming up with UI to change the way we get around.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- Another green movement in Champaign-Urbana.
CHAMPAIGN -- A Girl Scout Troop is making green by being green.
The "Golden Goat" is back in the community, providing another way to recycle.
CHICAGO -- Here in the Midwest, it's like Christmas in March for Chicagoans.
SPRINGFIELD -- The State of Illinois is going green and getting notices.
CHAMPAIGN -- Middle schoolers learned fun ways to go green from college students.
URBANA -- A homeowner is trying to teach others how to save by going green.
MAHOMET -- The IGA grocery store is a staple in town, but it's also helping make the area a better place to live.
SPRINGFIELD -- The city's park district is conserving water during the recent heat wave and drought.
URBANA -- It must be a special town to support a business selling sheep poop.
TAYLORVILLE -- City leaders are doing their part to Go Green.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- The UI is being recognized for its efforts to use less energy.
The Landscape Recycling Center in Urbana helps us go green this Spring.
The cost of gas continues to soar, but some Lincoln Land Community College students may know how to stop it.
Going green may now be a little cheaper for people in Springfield. CWLP is launching its solar rewards program.
People and businesses in Springfield who install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are eligible for rebates from CWLP.
Illinois ranks 23rd in the country for pedestrian safety and 45th in per capita funding for biking and walking according to a new study.
A new study by UI researchers uncovers a potential alternative energy source.