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Tue, Dec 10, 2013 12:38 PM
Video: When some lucky airline passengers arrived at their destination, a Christmas surprise was waiting for them at baggage claim.
Agoura's PolarBrite technology doubles the light emanating from LCD's, making screens for cell phones, computers and TVs vastly more efficient.
First the Danes fund the largest wind company in the U.S. Now the Spaniards are set to open a 24-megawatt solar plant in California.
Mission (One) accomplished: Mission Motors electric super bike breaks 150 mph.
CRUDE the movie becomes a rallying point for a decades-long battle in one of the most important corporate social responsibility trials of all time.
This tiny country of 310,000 is gearing up to ditch the SUVs and put plug-in cars on the road -- powered by geothermal electricity.
New tags follow bits of garbage or recycling from home to final resting place.
Van Jones offers first public statement since his resignation and urges us to 'spread green jobs gospel.'
Expensive federal crash testing to pave the way for faster, more consumer-friendly version.
Creative Citizen launches new suite of products to help track and reward green behavior (and save money) in the workplace.
The Reva is the bestselling EV in the world right now because it's a) cheap and b) available. But it's no Tesla.
RAN targets Tar Sands oil with dramatic banner at Niagra Falls urging President Obama to 'just say no' to dirty oil.
New York Times releases shocking report about the state of American water and abuses by Bush-era EPA.
CRUDE becomes top grossing weekend film and Chevron releases allegedly falsified 'spy cam' footage of a bribery deal. How much weirder can it get?
There's no end to what mechanical engineering students with a dream can turn out. Even a gyroscopic homemade balance cycle.
Fuel-efficient diesels are getting a closer look in the competitive green car market.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.