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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.
European carbon market comes to a screeching halt after hackers use a phishing scheme to steal $4 million in emissions credits.
New flexible glowing sheets are inexpensive, easy to recycle, and could someday replace lightbulbs and OLED technology.
Japanese carmaker expected to pull the nation’s best-selling hybrid vehicle, which was not included in the initial floor mat recall.
Yale researcher pins down the 6 different U.S. population segments and how they relate to climate change issues.
Geeks of the world, unite. One of the coolest gadget conventions is coming up, and you get to vote for the best new device.
Video: Audi's Super Bowl ad featured the band Cheap Trick, the Audi A3 TDI clean diesel, and the debut of the Green Police.
Two new studies on how Americans perceive climate change is a testament to public confusion and an urgent call for better messaging from the scientific community.
New studies on how Americans perceive climate change are a testament to public confusion and an urgent call for better messaging from the scientific community.
This half-home, half-machine Hong Kong apartment paints the picture of a sustainable future when buildings transform for their owners, saving resources and money.
The sudden acceleration problem has left people very concerned, and with good reason. Here are my thoughts on whether your recalled car should remain in the garage.
With a human-inspired torso, head and hands, Robonaut2 can work in space or in a factory setting.
A new campaign from the Environmental Defense Fund targets fleet efficiency; improving the efficiency of corporate cars on the road can reduce carbon pollution by six billion metric tons each year.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 31-Feb. 6.
The Sierra Club rolls out a social network for environmental activists, providing online resources and project 'matchmaking.'
The Academic Board of Inquiry has cleared the scientist at the center of 'Climategate' and his 'trick.' So will the spin machine finally pipe down?
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.