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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 8:30 AM
Sitting still for long periods of time playing video games may increase people's risk of developing life-threatening blood clots, doctors warn.
RelayRides takes the car-sharing concept to a new level by pairing car owners with individuals who need a short-term rental car.
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After more than a decade of anti-climate spin, the folks at DeSmogBlog say enough is enough with Climate TV.
So your elation as a new cyclist is a little too contagious -- here's how to deal.
General Motors betting these Electric Networked-Vehicles -- which will be on display at World Expo 2010 -- will be the urban transportation of the future.
GOOD looks at some of the near- and long-term developments that will shape the way you get around.
Bill Gates plans to commit billions in a partnership between Toshiba and next-generation nuclear company TerraPower.
PBS announces 2010 'Trash to Treasure' contest which will turn three kids into eco-design stars.
Carbon Motors' E7 is a cop car headed for the market in 2013 (assuming a $300 million government loan comes through). And it's got a BMW turbo diesel under its high-tech hood.
Two new video campaigns by Greenpeace are brave and forthright in making their point, but do they go too far?
Video: A ship called Plastiki made out of plastic bottles and other recyclable materials sets sail from California to Sydney.
With a few simple prep steps, you will not stink up the office.
Charity:Water launches UNSHAKEN, a water campaign benefitting 11 well projects in Haiti.
A $3, half-pound portable medical pump invented by an MIT student is helping to save the lives of Haiti earthquake survivors suffering from infected wounds.
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New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.