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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 2:50 PM
The mixed signals of dazzle camouflage cause insects' eyes to think that an object is both drawing closer and retreating.
Sustainable World Capital ranks the top 10 cleantech countries. Not surprisingly, Denmark is #1 with Germany & Sweden close behind. The U.S. comes in at #7.
Part 3 of an interview with Danish Climate Minister Connie Hedegaard on the cost of 'business as usual' and which countries are scrambling to be part of the next (decarbonized) industrial revolution.
Automakers are devising unique sounds to let the blind and other pedestrians know that EVs are approaching. But should you be able to customize your own 'cartones'?
Study on dead fish’s responsiveness highlights the perils of misinterpreting scientific data.
Adopt a Negotiator site lets you track key negotiators in the lead-up to the 2009 climate talks. Two trackers for the U.S. have this report from Singapore.
MotionPower's test ramps slow cars down as they drive over a generator and produce electricity.
While industry apologists peddle the idea that newspapers are doing just fine, the new media world is leaving them behind.
Connie Hedegaard fears that if the U.S. does not deliver at Copenhagen, the climate will not suffer nearly as much as the U.S. economy. And it may lose something even greater -- its global authority.
Connie Hedegaard, the Danish minister of Climate & Energy, explains why conservatives embrace climate regulation in Denmark.
The plug-in Smart car will be on the market by 2012. In the meantime, the French government is investing in charging stations and even requiring them in office parks and apartment parking lots.
The old fairy tale has become reality on Samso, where waste straw is turned into a valuable resource that heats a majority of homes on the island.
American Le Mans Series meets EPA "Green Racing" standards.
By good fortune, we happened to share our ferry to the windy, carbon-neutral island of Samso with the Danish prophet of renewable energy, Soren Hermansen, director of the Samso Energy Academy.
Moon crashers’ intergalactic dive bomb will kick up debris, allowing scientists to scan for water.
Three Rivers Bioneers gathering offers alternative to California conference.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.