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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.
It all makes sense when you visit the Rockwool Insulation campus in Denmark.
2009 marks a turning point in the Danish economy when clean technologies like wind power have finally terminated the era of pork supremacy.
Nye is one of 500 Americans testing BMW's Mini-E electric car, and he thinks if you're going to drive a red-blooded sports car you should be ready for some quirks.
An Israeli start-up comes up with a way to generate electricity from road traffic -- enough of it to power road signs along the way.
Saratoga Springs school district prohibits kids from biking to school, but a mom and her son defied the law. A state trooper was there to greet them.
Day 1 in Copenhagen: Despite massive jet lag, we had a fun bike tour of the city that proved a revelation in bike-centered city planning.
Video: Chuck visits one of the first 24-hour biodiesel kiosks (and it even accepts credit cards.)
Airline asks passengers to relieve themselves before boarding to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions.
I couldn't beat Drew Barrymore's time out there in Burbank, but it was fun to try.
The McKinsey Institute has run the numbers and one thing is clear – stopping deforestation is the fastest way to get the climate back on track.
The upcoming Bioneers conference will feature leading thinkers in environmental advocacy, youth activists and social media pundits (including yours truly). Discount code below!
How one book hopes to change the way people think about climate change and the corporations who pay to deny it.
MNN blogger Karl Burkart joins a pack of environmental bloggers and journalists on a week-long tour of Denmark and the city that will host the most important climate summit to date – Copenhagen.
On September 20, one city did the unthinkable -- it banished cars from the streets. See video footage of Amsterdam's Autovrije Dag.
He paid $350 in '72, and used this four-porthole beauty for his first date with his wife and his first Tonight Show appearance. Now it's a fire-breather.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.