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Tue, Dec 10, 2013 4:35 PM
The garment utilizes the technology used in lie-detector tests to read a person's mood. The sweater then reflects those emotions in its rather large LED collar.
You can consider the Camry hybrid a Prius in mild-mannered clothing, but just don’t mistake it for a dud.
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It's time to recycle those dance steps.
80 million watermelons are left to rot each year. Now there's a way to turn them into ethanol.
DOE head Steven Chu praises the benefits of whitewashing roofs to reduce energy consumption.
Web gadget lets you see if your utility purchases illegal coal from Appalachian mountaintop removal.
500 square miles of Appalachian forest is gone forever due to illegal mountaintop mining, and the EPA doesn't seem to mind.
One blogger's perspective on the recent 'success' of Wisconsin's carbon capture pilot program.
Memorial Day marks the birthday of a pedestrian-friendly Times Square and a new green vision for New York City.
Fez-wearing men in the tiny cars ... where did this Memorial Day parade tradition come from?
Side-by-side in harsh conditions, scientists from 46 nations work together to understand what lies ahead for Antarctica.
JetBlue soars into the wild green yonder, offering carbon offsets and a range of other environmental perks, but how much good is it really doing?
'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' breaks down Obama's new fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly car laws.
In his final "Media Mayhem" column, Peter Dykstra looks out across the environmental journalism landscape and reflects on what he sees.
The pesky termite could hold the key to creating a green energy future.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.