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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.
Today's EVs have roots in plug-in cars that flourished in the early days of motoring. Your grandmother may have driven one.
The 'compromise' between President Obama and Congress on the car scrappage bill is a big, wet kiss for automakers and dealers. But it doesn't help the environment much. Viva the reform bill!
If you've ever wondered how much the 'stuff' in your life impacts the environment, this is the chart for you.
Carbon is just one of several types of environmental impacts. Here's how they stack up.
Vanessa's car can run on diesel, straight vegetable oil and biodiesel, or any combination of the three.
A reprint of my article explaining the 'grand unified theory' of environmental impacts called TEI.
President Obama says Spain’s efficient bullet train system is worth emulating.
There is indeed a national security issue raised by selling this ex-military brand to China. But it's not the U.S. that faces a threat from this boat anchor of a brand.
The brief history of the tree-shaped environmental impact game I developed for EVO.com.
On June 5, take to the skies and see how humans are reshaping the 'Earth from Above.'
'Green' panda flash drive is nontoxic and benefits the World Wildlife Fund.
'Get dirty' with swimmer Chris Swain in a bold viral campaign to raise awareness about our polluted waters.
My interview with founder Scott Harrison on his big vision for Charity:Water.
Voluntary car rejection in a landscape dominated by automobiles can be financially, environmentally, and even physically rewarding.
Icebreaker's 'baacode' technology allows you to trace wool garments back to New Zealand pastures.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.