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Mon, Jun 17, 2013 6:41 PM
Porsche and Toyota roll out new car models aimed at kids as young as 5.
A research team at Georgia Tech makes a game-changing breakthrough for the solar industry -- fiber optic solar cells that can work indoors.
Eco-photos of the week: Nov. 15-21.
Introducing Karl Rove 2.0 and his new post-propaganda 'astroturfing' industry.
Huffington Post partners with Hopenhagen to send one worthy citizen journalist to Copenhagen for the December climate talks.
The cause of cars and trucks unexpectedly "taking off" remains unclear, but MNN had a big response to our request for case histories. Something is definitely happening here.
Video: A new kind of biker gang has embraced the electric motorcycle. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
Many people overcomplicate the world of social media. Here are 3 great examples of how social media works best. Less = More.
Travel company cancels offset program citing its inability to reduce global emissions.
Obama and Jintao announce sweeping clean energy 'cooperation plan' that could significantly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.
Oxford University professor invents inexpensive glasses that can be adjusted to any prescription.
One man plans to solve India’s two biggest problems, battered roads and overflowing landfills, with recycled plastic.
U.S. House Committee on Science & Technology holds hearing on geo-engineering space oddities that could alleviate the symptoms of climate change.
With less than 1,000 miles on the odometer, this ultra-expensive supercar turned amphibian as its owner fled the attack of a killer water bird.
Our media columnist’s newborn son wonders how he’ll get information when he’s all grown up.
Two art projects attempt to put shape (and color) to that invisible foe -- carbon dioxide.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.