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Thu, Oct 23, 2014 8:30 PM
Research establishes a link between facial ratio and self-reported behavioral tendencies in both men and women.
Virgin CEO Richard Branson has created a spaceship that helps the planet. It's also his exit strategy should climate change wreak environmental havoc.
Private brokerage service Ecostreamjet purchases carbon credits to offset emissions generated by each flight.
Cash for Clunkers tore through our nation like a drag racer, long before anybody could figure out if it made sense.
Take a load off -- literally -- at a weightless space hotel designed by British graduate students.
'I Drive Green' combines computer-based training and real-time feedback via Skype to make drivers more eco-conscious.
Website lets renters find a pad with environmentally conscious features such as dual-flush toilets, compact fluorescent lights.
Sanitation expert who designed green, efficient toilet receives this year’s Stockholm Water Prize.
A lack of secure parking spots keeps many people from choosing bicycles over cars.
It all comes down to measuring car mileage better.
In the name of research, our intrepid columnist is joining online communities like there's no tomorrow. What he found, though, is that it can actually help build a better tomorrow.
Will the new Chevy Volt, which gets 230 miles-per-gallon, be a game changer for General Motors the way the iPod was for Apple?
'Forbes' magazine writer Christopher Steiner, author of '$20 Per Gallon,' explains why the rise in the price of gasoline could change our lives for the better.
Indiana and Michigan will get the bulk of the funds allotted for domestic production of EV batteries and parts.
Representatives agree to $2 billion lifeline for program that dealers say is stabilizing auto sales. Next stop: The Senate.
HAN University of Applied Sciences students designed a hybrid auto-rickshaw that will lower CO2 emissions and raise the income of drivers in Asia.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.