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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 2:23 PM
What everybody missed is that drone deliveries will require FAA approval, which is unlikely before at least 2020. A better idea is self-driving delivery cars, which can make multiple stops.
Eco-photos of the week: Nov. 22-28.
World Resources Institute releases report on the Copenhagen pledges made by developed (Annex 1) nations.
This is the first in a series that examines both the promise and the pitfalls of the upcoming climate talks in Copenhagen.
Grace Tiao focused on mapping organisms to predict life in other areas of Antarctica.
Porifera may be the first to take a new nanotechnology to market, offering a viable solution for sequestering carbon.
California's Amtrak trains get an environmentally friendly upgrade.
A solid green playlist might include Marvin Gaye, Green Day, Gorillaz, R.E.M. and Radiohead.
Animals seem to want climate regulation too, according to this super cute viral video via Buzz Feed.
The sudden and mysterious disappearance of the once-bustling Nazca civilization in 500 AD should be a reminder to countries that allow widespread deforestation.
A research team at Georgia Tech makes a game-changing breakthrough for the solar industry -- fiber optic solar cells that can work indoors.
Eco-photos of the week: Nov. 15-21.
Introducing Karl Rove 2.0 and his new post-propaganda 'astroturfing' industry.
Huffington Post partners with Hopenhagen to send one worthy citizen journalist to Copenhagen for the December climate talks.
The cause of cars and trucks unexpectedly "taking off" remains unclear, but MNN had a big response to our request for case histories. Something is definitely happening here.
Video: A new kind of biker gang has embraced the electric motorcycle. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.