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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:30 AM
The nanoscale structures would propel themselves into tight spaces that other treatments can't reach.
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.
There are frivolous lawsuits and then there are seemingly reasonable -- but still frivolous -- lawsuits. A Santa Fe man has filed a $500,00+ lawsuit against a neighbor over radio waves from her iPhone and wireless network.
Will the local economy movement replace the 'climate movement'?
Pilot fixes damage from a meat-seeking bear by wrapping his plane in plastic and three cases of duct tape.
See the best photos from the week of Jan. 10-16.
My Emissions Exchange just sold its first carbon credit on behalf of the Wilsons, a family in Harrisburg, Penn.
With classroom activities, coloring book pages, and original songs, kids will be hand-washing masters in no time.
Bill Ford carried the eco-flag when it wasn't popular, but the industry has now caught up with his namesake company. He responds in our audio interview.
LPD is the new OMG in energy-efficient TV technology, using as much energy as a single light bulb.
Pope Benedict XVI is turning out to be one of the greatest advocates for climate regulation.
Retailers work to improve light bulbs by 2012.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.