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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 1:28 PM
Natural Machines says its Foodini will soon be printing homemade pizza in your kitchen, and it's just one of many 3-D food printers in development.
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.
But environmentalists point out potential dangers if avoided deforestation rules are not strengthened during climate talks.
Environmental films normally screened only at film festivals can now be ordered in the Earth Cinema Circle film club.
Sting joins the Prince's Rainforest Project (and a green frog) in sending out an SOS for the rainforests.
The 4.4 million-year-old hominid skeleton found in Ethiopia pushes back the history of humankind by a million years.
San Francisco, Newark and New York sign on to Zumbox to provide paperless municipal mail.
Where's Buddy Bison campaign from the National Parks Trust hopes to get kids excited about the great outdoors with a cute stuffed travel companion named Buddy.
According to latest Hype Cycle report, computer experts doubt the 'greenness' of cloud computing. But the Green IT sector maybe on the verge of maturity.
Minnesota's Macalester College reveals a grassroots sustainability plan.
Ethanol has big fans in Hollywood. Can you believe the Kill Bill Trans-Am runs on biofuel?
The Internet giant is expanding its operations to work on software that will help better manage peak usage of electric cars.
Cement made from 'fly ash', a byproduct from coal-fired power plants, has a 90% lower carbon footprint, recycles industrial waste, and is more durable.
Though no agreements came to pass at Climate Week in New York, the stakes have become more clear.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.