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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 7:14 PM
A lab-created substance composed partly of mussel foot proteins is even stickier than the adhesive used by real mussels.
Recirculating Marine Aquaculture filters and recycles water and uses methane from fish waste to offset energy use.
New environmental awards mean crossing the finish line isn't the only road to victory.
Turning fast-food waste oil into clean-burning biodiesel, a father-son duo sees no downside.
The good, the smart and the funny.
MNN hops on board trains and trolleys in four U.S. cities to see if they're on the right track.
A few miles from Washington's Interstate 90 is a pristine waterfall. At the base sit two old analog TVs and a computer monitor.
Strong, light nanoengineered concrete in development at MIT could accomplish one-fifth of the Kyoto Protocol goal.
Closing Times Square to vehicle traffic may prove to be the best idea New York City officials have had in a while.
A handful of entrepreneurs have created services that pay you to keep your electronics out of the landfill.
Ultra-efficient bulbs could make even compact-fluorescent lights obsolete.
Kite-like turbines flying 30,000 feet into the air could generate electricity from high-altitude winds.
Study shows that moving to an urban environment may be the single greenest thing you can do.
Vanessa's car can run on diesel, straight vegetable oil and biodiesel, or any combination of the three.
President Obama says Spain’s efficient bullet train system is worth emulating.
Voluntary car rejection in a landscape dominated by automobiles can be financially, environmentally, and even physically rewarding.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.