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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.
Dell joins the Prince of Wales, his sons and an animated frog to fight tropical deforestation.
Elephant Journal's video interview with Michael Pollan on the future of healthy food.
A handful of entrepreneurs have created services that pay you to keep your electronics out of the landfill.
Ultra-efficient bulbs could make even compact-fluorescent lights obsolete.
Climate activists call for action to strengthen the most important piece of environmental legislation in history.
President Obama calls for task force to help save the oceans.
The White House is behind a blunt global warming report predicting rapid sea-level rise, lost glaciers, more intense hurricanes and a drier Southwest unless we take fast action. And that includes getting clean cars on the road.
Kite-like turbines flying 30,000 feet into the air could generate electricity from high-altitude winds.
Jenn Breckenridge of the Burn Clean blog recommends 3 fun, funky & functional gifts for Father's Day.
The 'Burn Clean' blog and a new e-commerce site will help Burners to go green.
The Chevy Malibu is a winner, but its hybrid version just got canceled. Why? Too expensive and too little improvement in mileage. But GM could build a great hybrid car from its existing parts bin.
NREL’s new Research Support Facilities basement maze will help cut energy use by two-thirds.
Top awards in last month's Intel International Science Fair go to Tseng I-Ching from Taiwan who discovered 'red bacterium' that metabolizes polystyrene.
The claws are out on both sides as Martin Eberhard, cofounder of Tesla Motors, goes after the company he left in 2007. Eberhard still drives his Tesla Roadster, though.
Study shows that moving to an urban environment may be the single greenest thing you can do.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.