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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 2:50 PM
From solar energy revelations to science-related activism, these researchers were very busy this year.
Even Wall Street won't touch nuclear because it is too financially risky. At least 1 out of 2 nuclear plants will fail, leaving taxpayers with the burden of debt.
Two recent nuclear leaks expose the danger of overhyping a technology that is still not ready for prime time.
After years of putting climate change on the back burner, the world's richest philanthropist announces that climate is our #1 issue.
1Sky confronts President Obama on clean energy and asks you to confront your senator when they come home for President's Day.
2 moves to officially deny the EPA ruling that CO2 endangers public health ... will oily politicians stop at nothing to protect their private backers?
EndangeredSpeciesCondoms.com is hoping to encourage birth control as a means to slow extinction rates of thousands of animal species.
The Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt are game-changing electric vehicles due on the market by the end of the year, and I just got a sneak peek.
Lawsuit filed against Toyota after its latest recall, which affects Toyota Prius and Lexus HS 250h hybrids.
Video: A hilarious new parody courtesy of our friends at 'The Onion'. And wait until the end: Best. Scarlett Johansson. Joke. Ever.
Eco-photos of the week: Feb. 7-13.
Lawrence Lessig is leading a movement to reform the fundamental evil of society -- the corporate funding of elections.
Ferrari lovers who want a more environmentally friendly super car are going to have to wait at least 5 years for a hybrid model.
Is it a sign of defeat that progressive groups are resorting to sarcasm to make their point about corruption on Capitol Hill?
The world's biggest automaker is apologizing, but it may take a major -- and expensive! -- gesture from the company to bring anxious consumers back into the fold. And Toyota needs a definitive fix for sudden acceleration, too.
World's top-selling hybrid car joins a growing list of vehicles recalled globally. This time, anti-lock brakes are the culprit, but floor mats and faulty gas pedals were of concern in other vehicles.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.