Catch up on green technology with eco-friendly computing, gadgets, electronics, research & innovations news.
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 2:50 PM
From solar energy revelations to science-related activism, these researchers were very busy this year.
Here for 10,000 years. Gone in 10. Seven examples of how a warming climate is melting the world right before our eyes.
Apple and Google are at war — and the environmental consequences could be devastating, says Nature Conservancy green tech blogger Dave Connell.
Video: An engineer controls all of his appliances by remote and tracks their energy use.
Audio: The wunderkind behind the battery-powered car revolution chats with MNN about his company's future.
Neurotoxins harm some agricultural pests while leaving beneficial insects alone.
'Electrosmog' from Wi-Fi and cell phones is extremely dangerous.
New Scientist runs story with misquoted scientist, then falsely claims IPCC 'debate.'
Study estimates $1 million in annual savings, but light pollution and LED's inability to give off heat are issues.
Scientists uncover evidence of a lost city -- possibly that of the legendary El Dorado -- using aerial images taken by Google Earth.
Video: CNBC reports on a new car that is generating a lot of buzz at the Detroit Auto Show, and only costs $2,500.
Chinese environmental activists strip to their skivvies on a subway to promote a more Earth-friendly lifestyle.
New plastic coating could eliminate need for many cleaners.
Does the oil industry have a green story to tell? The publishers of Petroleum News seem to think so. Judge for yourself, as this new magazine gets its hands dirty covering oil drilling and refining.
A new technique that turns pig stem cells into strips of meat could offer a green alternative to the slaughterhouse and help end hunger.
Video footage from our tour of an off-shore wind farm in Denmark.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.