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Fri, May 17, 2013 2:00 PM
Harvard researchers have found a way to shape microscopic crystals into complex and often beautiful structures.
Violent assaults against tree-sitting protesters escalate, resulting in the resignation of two Massey security guards.
Isabella Rossellini returns with a menagerie of horny ocean creatures for a new season on the Sundance Channel.
Detroit is back from the brink with some cars worth a second look. It's not just about bankruptcy anymore.
19-year-old Jesse van Kuijk takes to the skies in a pedal-powered aircraft that he built himself.
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.
190 square miles of forest have gone up in smoke and the fire creeps towards Acton's power line, threatening the L.A. grid.
The fastest and best explanation of Cap & Trade ever.
The answer will surprise you... unless you already know your water footprint.
As demand for carbon accounting heats up, start-up software companies vie for the lead position.
Shocking report from the Department of Energy might dampen enthusiasm for the nuclear industry.
After premiering The Cove, Broome severs ties with its sister city, Taiji, sparking an international controversy that may end dolphin hunting in Japan.
Who says electric cars have to be slow? Drag racers, lightning-fast motorcycles and high-performance production battery vehicles prove otherwise.
Cash for Clunkers tore through our nation like a drag racer, long before anybody could figure out if it made sense.
The 3rd annual Green Grades report card holds big office supply companies accountable for their sometimes questionable paper sourcing.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.