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Fri, Dec 06, 2013 1:28 PM
Natural Machines says its Foodini will soon be printing homemade pizza in your kitchen, and it's just one of many 3-D food printers in development.
GreenSmart begs the question: Will any of the green networks survive in an age of tangibility?
Dressed up as President Obama, one 10-year-old says 'We're the solution.'
California's lonely fight against automakers and the Bush administration to regulate car and truck climate emissions is finally nearing an end.
Washington insiders say Obama may quickly reverse the Bush ban on California's environmental law.
Cleantech & Green Business for Obama celebrates the inauguration and a new collaborative spirit in Washington.
Council on Competitiveness hosts panel where major expansion of LEED programs is announced, including the STAR Community Index.
A new website from the creators of the Green Inaugural Ball features video about the emerging green economy.
Al Gore, Will.i.am and 2,000 revelers celebrate the greening of a nation.
Estimates put the number at 2 million for the Obama inauguration, perhaps the largest gathering in U.S. history.
Zap says its three-wheeled battery car will be not only fast, but quick to market, too.
We Can Solve It asks for public support to get ABC to run 'Repower America' ad.
The Sierra Club, Cool Capital, Friends of the Earth and other environmental activists celebrate a cool future.
Planet Green Ball reveals the dichotomy of all that is green.
Manifest Hope art contest reveals major theme of environmental progress.
Zipcar leads the way in car-sharing services, with convenient parking, cool cars and no need to pay for gas or insurance.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.