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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.
The EPA's sweeping revision to the federal renewable energy standard encourages development of high-yield ethanol from biomass.
Flying tops the list of eco-sins, but redemption is in sight.
Knowledge that can only be learned through experience is being forgotten as modern life pushes people away from generalized learning.
As enviro-minded consumer choices go mainstream, even traditionally un-green businesses like convenience marts are implementing environmental initiatives.
Environmental activists are bringing problems (and solutions) right to your desktop via Google Earth.
If Chrysler is going to recover from bankruptcy, it'll need innovative clean car technology. See the new vehicles in this exclusive video.
Mystery shark sniping campaign has D.C. and L.A. all abuzz.
Tesla's new sedan makes its New York debut with green celebs like 'Who Killed the Electric Car's Chris Paine, and MNN was riding in the backseat.
Mechanics are giving the auto repair business a tuneup with organic materials and careful recycling
SELF, the Solar Electric Light Fund, pioneers solar project in the Himalayan forests of Bhutan.
Student filmmakers win Environment Agency film competition by casting Coolio as a water-wasting polar bear.
Watch MNN CEO Joel Babbit speak at the Fortune Brainstorm Green.
The battery-powered Tesla S--$57,400 for sub-six-second zero-to-60 times--will be exchanging snappy one-liners with Dave.
Bob Freling of the Solar Electric Light Fund wins coveted award for providing solar power to villages in need.
Ever debated within your green conscience whether to use paper towels or the hand dryer? Now you have a much friendlier option.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.