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Wed, Dec 04, 2013 8:30 AM
Commuters who are tired of ever-congested bicycle racks now have another option for storing their two-wheeled darlings.
The findings are in. The growing green sector will create more than 2 million new, permanent jobs.
The Chevrolet Volt and plug-in Prius got all the ink, but the Chinese BYD F3DM made it on the market first.
Who knew you could paddle from the Burbank Airport to the Long Beach port?
New, safer batteries will have low production costs and longer lives.
Philips wows the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show with its energy saving light sensor.
Porifera, a Silicon Valley start-up, will greatly reduce energy needed to purify saltwater.
The new water footprint calculator gives a fresh perspective on a resource often taken for granted.
Get daily reminders about your carbon footprint and IE will plant a tree of your choice.
Energy and the environment are finally reunited, but environmentalists are less than elated.
The "marketplace of good" lets you give three gifts for the price of one.
Top six tips to green-over your holiday travel.
Solar tiles combine the benefits of "cool roofs" with solar PV, reducing installation costs by 50%.
Boeing's move signals that algae technology could lead the biofuel industry.
Nissan and Renault are not only building electric vehicles (EVs), they're also partnering to create charging stations and battery swapping networks for them.
For a really efficient plug-in hybrid car, let's consider carbon fiber and a drastic weight-reduction plan.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.