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Mon, Jun 17, 2013 6:41 PM
Porsche and Toyota roll out new car models aimed at kids as young as 5.
Samsung's Video-enabled passport is powered by radio frequencies.
The Green News Report focuses on Republican misrepresentation of consumer climate costs.
Guest blogger Catherine Day dives into Link TV's global investigative reporting.
WWF provides interactive map predicting 'Global Climate Change Impacts in the U.S.'
Jonathan Kesselman talks to strangers to figure out how hybrid cars work.
Recirculating Marine Aquaculture filters and recycles water and uses methane from fish waste to offset energy use.
New website tracks the cleanest and dirtiest power plants in the world.
Don't be surprised if at least one of these companies becomes as big as (or bigger than) General Motors.
A new green jobs organization, Leading Young Future Entrepreneurs, is born.
Guest blogger Sarah Backhouse covers the U.N. renewable energy conference and interviews Billy Zane.
Guest blogger Ivy Joeva explains how global warming is making one woolly species a little bit smaller.
The economy is in free fall, but this tiny country is still very energy conscious. For now, its fuel-cell dreams are on hold, but will electric cars run on the elf-haunted roads instead?
New environmental awards mean crossing the finish line isn't the only road to victory.
Guest blogger David Quilty (aka the Good Human) goes off the grid in a New Mexico earthship.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.