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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.
This Continental is the fastest production Bentley ever. That's the good news. The bad news? It costs $227,000 and gets 10 mpg in city driving. Plus there's that $3,700 gas-guzzler tax.
The U.S. is set to label carbon as a pollutant, the first step in regulating CO2 emissions.
1BOG is creating a bulk solar purchasing program to reduce install costs.
Four California high schools enter carbon footprint competition using cell phones.
Gainesville just hung SOLD OUT sign on the nation's first Feed-in Tariff program.
As its survival plan looks overseas for new models, Chrysler is thinking small and fuel-efficient.
Over 2,800 people attend DOE briefing on green stimulus funding for California.
A growing number of virtual reality photographers are building an interactive natural world online.
Cool campaign encourages switching to tap, but reveals problems with tap vs. bottled debate.
Climate Savers launches video competition to encourage energy efficiency.
EDF's interactive website will map the growing green economy.
Video proceedings: Joe Biden convenes first Middle Class Task Force featuring Van Jones.
Obama goes after Big Oil tax credits, and the industry isn't happy.
Consumers will benefit from a price war as hybrids compete for bottom-line customers. How low will they go?
Improved designs create an array of options for the discerning, commuting cyclist.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.