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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.
Vanishing wetlands pose an increased risk of hurricane damage in the season to come. Gulf Restoration Network has a solution.
Website lets renters find a pad with environmentally conscious features such as dual-flush toilets, compact fluorescent lights.
Fuel cells are making rapid progress, Congress has approved research funding, and GM -- strapped as it is -- says full steam ahead. Could the company go to market by 2015?
Sanitation expert who designed green, efficient toilet receives this year’s Stockholm Water Prize.
This hypnotic video of dolphins creating floating air rings will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the animal's dexterity.
Yet another must-see environmental film of 2009.
The program ends Monday night. Was it good for the car industry, good for America? I think so, but beware the warning signs.
Mobile phones offer users new ways to help the environment and go green.
Who would've thought? Convert your energy-hogging freezer to a fridge and save 90% on energy consumption.
A new intelligent vehicle-to-grid communications system will allow EV drivers to dial in charging times and send wireless messages to their cars from their cell phones.
A new social website that tracks and tweets hurricanes will be tested this week by 3 different storms.
First North American Biochar Convention pulls in top Obama brass and puts this fledgling industry on the map.
A lack of secure parking spots keeps many people from choosing bicycles over cars.
It all comes down to measuring car mileage better.
All the new electric cars and plug-in hybrids are exciting, but they're just appetizers for the truly exciting, ultra-efficient EVs that are right around the corner.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.