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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 8:30 AM
Sitting still for long periods of time playing video games may increase people's risk of developing life-threatening blood clots, doctors warn.
The Bronx Zoo hands out hundreds of 'pink slips' to animal employees.
Look who landed at #4 on TrendHunter's 'Awesome Green Innovations' for 2009 -- Capt. Planet!
The auto industry is ripe for revolution, but when will clean machines hit the streets, and what will they look like? One expert surveys the scene.
A new software makes green printing one step easier.
As part of an exercise in low-carbon commuting, a lifelong motorcycle-phobe takes a wobbly ride ... to reduce carbon emissions, of course.
Is your video game console eating up energy and costing you money?
Clinton offers 10 strategies for Obama and Congress as they tackle climate change.
Mexican locals claim Smithfield Foods operation polluted water supply, causing the swine flu epidemic.
At the Fortune Green Q&A, Clinton talks about renewable energy and the developing world.
My #FortuneGreen twitter feed for one dynamic, information-packed event in Laguna.
At Fortune Green, Bill Clinton says renewable energy is the only path out of a recession.
Offshore wind and wave energy could provide 20% of the U.S. energy demand and create 250,000 jobs.
1st Green Dot awards the best international green businesses and organizations.
Using a diesel engine to power a hydraulic power system, Lightning hopes to take X Prize.
Maybe a 'U.S. Dept. of Hummer' is the best path to ending dependence on foreign oil.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.