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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.
Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch, and a crew of celebs and activists are climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise awareness of the water crisis.
Bus rapid transit has begun to emerge as an appealing, cost-effective alternative to trains in many metropolitan regions in the U.S.
Economies of scale may not be able to work magic with the high cost of battery packs. If they're $12,000 now, they might be $8,000 in 2020, consultants say.
Urban renewal is part of smart growth, but it also means giving the suburbs a face-lift, adding sidewalks, bike lanes and racks, buses and commuter trains, and making it possible to leave the car keys at home.
Videos: Hulu.com allows viewers to see hundreds of TV shows and movies legally -- and many of them are green.
Video: Hulu.com allows viewers to see hundreds of TV shows and movies legally -- and many of them are green.
A countdown of the most important environmental films ever made.
A religious aura surrounds tablet products at this year's CES and chipmaker Nividea unveils powerful Tegra, announcing 'Year of the Tablet.'
NWS launches new program that enables anyone with a cell phone to become a weather ambassador and help improve the accuracy of local forecasts.
Rally drivers Travis Pastrana and Ken Block can do things with a skidding car you and I could only dream of. And the television cameras are rolling.
Video: Two elephants walk on their new prosthetic legs after recovering from landmine blasts in Thailand. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown has the story.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 3-9.
You can blame your brain for those blank moments of memory.
One of the most influential environmental films ever made proved eerily prophetic.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.