Catch up on green technology with eco-friendly computing, gadgets, electronics, research & innovations news.
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.
Despite recent breakthroughs, experts say batteries still aren't cheap, long lasting, and safe enough for mass production.
Henrik Fisker says he'll complement his glamorous $80,000 Karma with a scaled-down, wallet-friendly high-performance hybrid — if he can get a government loan to build a factory.
Al Gore, step aside. Saul Griffith has a slideshow that makes 'Inconvenient Truth' look like a warmup.
Club NOX in Brazil redefines disco style using computer-programmed LED's.
Tweet-a-thon celebrates Earth Day by rewarding planet-friendly actions on Twitter.
'The Crisis of Credit' illustrates what happened when the financial industry ditched sustainability.
My interview with Rev. Jim Ball, founder of the Evangelical Environmental Network.
T. Boone Pickens assembles 'virtual army' 3.3 million strong to topple the Dark Lord - foreign oil.
Obama's task force forces a showdown with automakers, and new survival plans are likely to reimagine the companies as both smaller and greener.
Sneak preview of National Geographic's investigation on climate change, agribusiness and the global food crisis.
American aid group may solve two of Haiti's biggest problems with a composting toilet.
The 2010 Prius bristles with new features, from solar panels to smart cruise control.
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: Some of the biggest companies are meeting the challenge.
Brighter Living with Jill Cordes: NEV's are a great way to get around without emissions.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.