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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.
Nifty online tool lets you track which elected officials get the most oil money.
Van Jones electrifies crowd of religious leaders and community organizers in Los Angeles with vision of a green future.
These cars are fun to drive and surprisingly hip.
These autos are fun to drive and surprisingly hip.
A video minute in Roman traffic. It can be brutal if you're not from around these parts.
Southern California is slated to get a clean energy 'super highway,' but environmentalists (and this blogger) are skeptical.
In anticipation of Obama's visit to Canada, environmentalists circulate petition to stop 'dirty oil.'
With the digital transition delayed, now's the perfect time to green your screen.
Clinton makes a surprise appearance Monday, announcing the largest LED retrofit in the U.S.
Italy's Fiat makes many tiny cars, and one retro model, the 500, may end up for sale in the U.S.
Two new air-powered cars ditch the battery for compressed air storage.
Greg Searle, executive director of BioRegional North America, talks to MNN about the first One Planet Community in the U.S.
Dire predictions for California's water supply spurs L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa to announce rationing this spring.
Don't think electric cars have to be slow--the Tesla Roadster would leave my Mazda RX-8 test car in the dust.
DateForTrees.com tackles the root problem of meeting eco-friendly singles.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.