Here’s something I’ll bet you didn’t know.
As many as two thirds of the species living in our oceans may still be unknown to science, say researchers, despite the fact that their calculations indicate that there are many fewer species than previously thought.
Close your eyes and think back to when you were a kid. How did you imagine the City of the Future? Were there jet-packs and freeze-dried food? A bubble protecting a thriving Martian metropolis?
Using sunlight and ultrathin films of iron oxide, or rust, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology researchers have found a new way to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.
Ford is gearing up for the full release of its 2013 C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid, which was recently rated by the EPA at a 108 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) in the city and a combined rating of 100 MPGe.
Toyota, focused mostly on a green car strategy that favors hybrids over electric cars, has without a doubt become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the hybrid world with vehicles like the Prius.
In support of their views, climate change skeptics have long pointed to the fact that Antarctic sea ice - unlike that in the Arctic - is actually growing.
Of all the years of coverage of green transportation we’ve done here, we never expected to see a monster truck go electric.
Sure, 3D printing tech can be used to fabricate familiar everyday objects, and even whole rooms. But why use an infinitely flexible and creative medium to reproduce existing architectural forms?
Jaguar recently entered its XJ_e experimental plug-in hybrid into a competition in the United Kingdom known as the RAC (Royal Automobile Club) Future Car Challenge.
Scientists at the University of Melbourne have developed a new way of capturing carbon dioxide that should reduce the cost of separating and storing the gas.
Far from dooming us to runaway global warming, manmade carbon emissions may be saving us from an ice age fueled by carbon sequestration in peatland.
Trying to figure out exactly what Barack Obama’s victory in Tuesday’s election will mean for the clean energy movement in the United States is a bit of a fool’s errand on two counts.
Things labeled "just add water" are usually highly-processed foods and novelty bath tub toys, but new research from the UK’s National Physical Laboratory may change all of that.
It's known that erosion can bury carbon in the soil, acting as a carbon sink - but it now seems that a large part of that sink is only temporary.
Powered by nothing by a scuba tank full of compressed air, the O2 Pursuit motorcycle achieve speeds usually reserved for combustion engines without the emissions.
The Indian monsoon - on which more than a billion people depend for food crops - could fail frequently and catastrophically over the next 200 years as a result of global warming.
When one considers cars that a major automotive media giant like Motor Trend would suggest might be a car of the year contender, electric car start up Coda Automotive out of California doesn’t immediately jump to mind.
Toyota’s flagship sedan Avalon is going hybrid.