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Mon, Dec 09, 2013 2:23 PM
What everybody missed is that drone deliveries will require FAA approval, which is unlikely before at least 2020. A better idea is self-driving delivery cars, which can make multiple stops.
My blogging terminology causes 'maelstrom' so I'm here to set the record straight.
Recession forcing Americans out of autos and into light rail (up 8.3 percent), subways (3.5 percent), buses (3.9 percent) and commuter rail (4.7 percent).
UPDATE: Van Jones clears up the 'green czar' buzz.
One biologist turns a hopeless wasteland into a thriving rainforest.
Matt C. Rogers, senior DOE advisor talks about awarding stimulus money for top energy projects.
Last December, driving declined 1.6 percent across the U.S. compared to the previous year. That may not sound like much, but it's 3.8 billion miles.
I questioned Klaus about the economic threats posed by climate change. His response ... disturbing.
The Bright team is putting together a plug-in hybrid from scratch. Working on a shoestring, they plan to unveil a working prototype in May.
Gore kept his cool despite the bravado of the 'Skeptical Environmentalist'.
Pickens: 'If you don't think that you're gonna see a $200 barrel of oil, you're joking.'
World's leading CEOs and policy-makers 'creating environmental capital' in tough economic times.
Two Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students use "mushroom tech" to create high-performance, rigid insulation.
The Golden State is leading the way toward cleaner cars — and getting a handle on global warming.
MNN dispatches our very own Katy Rank Lev to New York to give you the on-the-ground action from the convention floor.
U.S. solar snergy association says Georgia is primed for massive growth in solar.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.