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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.
The '3 R's' are great but sorely lacking a fourth -- 'Refuse.' Plastic Pollution Coalition's launch event featured a S.U.P.E.R. Hero pledge to 'just say no' to single use plastic.
Shocking images by Chris Jordan from a recent expedition to Midway Island, a time capsule of the history of plastic.
Charlize's $140,000 kiss will benefit children in drought-stricken regions of Africa. Watch the kiss...
What's better than going on a bike ride? A ride in a pedicab. What's better than a pedicab? A pedicab with pole dancers on the back.
Other World Computing cuts the ribbon on Vestas wind turbine, christening the world's first carbon-negative server farm.
After several delays, a test of NASA's new Ares 1-X rocket, the first launch of the Constellation program, apparently went off without a hitch. NBC's Jay Barbree reports.
Some motorists feel the city discriminates against cars in its efforts to be the greenest city in America.
Eco-photos of the week: Oct. 25-31
For the first time in 59 years, baseball team takes public transportation to Game One of the World Series.
On a group phone call tonight, Senator Kerry implores young organizers to push their senators on the climate bill.
Global Inheritance launches brilliant recycling campaign -- for every junky tweet you 'recycle', a penny is given to real trash cleanup.
Starting with junkyard finds and bargain buys, people are converting common cars to state-of-the-art electric vehicles.
Video: Chuck Leavell talks to CBS sportscaster Greg Gumbel about how the NFL is going green.
Special light-sensitive cells in mantis shrimp eyes could one day point the way to new DVD, CD media.
Yesterday's billboards make today's hot accessory -- an eco-friendly bag.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.