A hundred and fifty years after his death, Henry Thoreau has helped demostrate the effects of global warming on plant life in the US.
Scientists from South Korea have developed the world's first imprintable and flexible battery.
Honda manufactured the Acura NSX sports car for a number of years, with production running from 1990-2005 until the vehicle was retired.
In Buddhist teachings, all living things are considered to be part of one interconnected web of life, and nature is merely the order of the world that has not been warped by human desires.
Last year was the ninth warmest since 1880, say NASA scientists, and the warmest recorded by far for the continental US.
Black carbon - soot to you and me - turns out to be causing twice as much global warming as previously thought.
It’s probably been a while since you’ve thought about the Fukushima nuclear disaster that rocked Japan, and international headlines, in 2011.
Long-term global warming has brought the world five times as many record-breaking hot months worldwide - ten times as many in parts of Europe, Africa and southern Asia. And it's only going to get worse.
The legendary success of Silicon Valley has led to many imitators around the world—such as Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, Israel, and Sao Paulo, Brazil—that are trying to catch the same magical, self-sustaining combination of innovation and venture capital.
Google might have its critics on the privacy and antitrust fronts, but it would be hard to fault the company when it comes to promoting a clean energy future.
If Hurricane Sandy taught us anything, it’s that there’s no substitute for personal preparation when it comes to natural disasters.
Last year was the warmest on record for the contiguous United States, say NOAA scientists, with an average temperature of 55.3°F - 3.2°F above the 20th century average, and 1.0°F above 1998, the previous warmest year.
A story popped up in my “geothermal power” feed on Sunday with the headline: “DOE set to award 4 renewable energy contracts.”
A new method for predicting future sea levels that mathematically pools expert predictions is being used by climate scientists.
Most of us are familiar with Texas Instruments (TI) as the company that made the graphing calculator we used in school.
The tiny homes movement has taken on a big life of its own in recent years and appears to become even larger news as we move into 2013.
New data from taken from coral records suggests that future El Nino events will be 'unpredictable'.
If the ultimate goal of a green building is to blend easily into the surrounding environment, while also reducing energy needs, a new house north of São Paulo in Brazil succeeds by partially erasing the line between indoors and outdoors.
It’s happened to the best of us: a misplaced elbow sends a cup of coffee all over the table, drowning your expensive new phone in a sea of caffeine.
OLEDs use less electricity (and mercury) than normal light bulbs or LEDs, making them more efficient and environmentally-friendly.