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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.
A super cool, sustainable iPhone cover.
The third installment in your beginner's guide to befriending and exploiting green people.
The second installment in your beginner's guide to befriending and exploiting green people.
The first installment in your beginner's guide to befriending and exploiting green people.
Acts of civil disobedience — like moonshine during prohibition — are common, but does using vegetable oil as fuel carry the same weight?
Is the dry cleaning world ready to wash its hands of its dirty practices?
A French engineer's uber-green invention may become more than just an environmentalist's dream - a car with zero emissions.
Company says it has created speedy charging stations that would be free and accessible in many areas.
Rooftop wind turbines are an increasingly popular way to generate electricity in cities.
Norwegian survey doesn't show America's best side.
French company installs a sort of "mood" balloon that changes color to reflect air quality.
The founders of a Massachusetts aquaculture company believe they’ve found the ideal species to raise.
Researchers have found gas hydrates under the permafrost, a resource that could buy 10 years of energy.
About 50 percent of legacy engineers are hitting retirement, and smart grid advocates are rejoicing.
The Aptera 2E electric car may look like a pod car from Mars, but it is going into production in October. And it's as green as can be.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.
Sustainability author covers the latest in green innovation.