It would have been an all-electric supercar that went 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.8 seconds and probably priced around $250,000.
As much as 44 billion tons of nitrogen and 850 billion tons of carbon stored in arctic permafrost could be released into the environment over the next century by the effects of global warming.
This just in — green roofs and walls are big business.
Or they will be, at least, by 2017, when the market for them is set to hit the $7.7 billion mark worldwide, according to a new study from to Lux Research.
Significant progress has been made on producing electricity sustainably, but cracking the clean transportation fuel nut continues to be a challenge.
Most concept cars showcased at major auto shows, such as the yearly one in Paris, are one off designs that will never actually see the light of day.
What would it take you to get excited about a Toyota Prius?
Even as more hybrids enter the market and move beyond stereotypes, many folks consider the most popular one not to their liking for a variety of reasons.
The hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic was the second smallest in the last two decades, data from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellites shows.
Even though Toyota may be touting a green car strategy that leans heavily on hybrids, the auto manufacturer hasn’t completely given up on electric cars.
The Navy has a new 13.78 megawatt solar power plant in the high desert of California — the service’s biggest solar project yet — and it didn’t even have to pay for it.
An ambitious green car technology project Audi has participated in is wrapping up after three years.
The net result?
Here in our Green Building department, we think the only thing cooler than a house that floats may be a house that floats that produces all of its own power.
Solar geoengineering can be safely tailored to manage specific risks like the loss of Arctic sea ice, says a group of researchers keen to persuade the world that such techniques aren't necessarily a disaster waiting to happen.
In cities all over the world, old phone booths are sitting around, not doing much of anything.
What are the possibilities for adaptive reuse for such outdated infrastructure?
This net zero house, known as the BIQ, is a new construction project rather than a retrofit, but will include energy-producing micro-algae to help it produce its own power.
Regular three-dimensional (3D) printing already seems pretty futuristic. After all, it's a technology that takes 3D CAD drawings and builds whole objects (even rooms) out of simple materials on the spot.
Extreme temperatures meant it took five million years for the Earth to recover from the greatest mass extinction of all time.
In London, the demand for residential property is currently greater than what the city can physically bear.
It wasn't so long ago we brought you word that Dutch Docklands was bringing a new floating hotel to the Maldives, one of the island nations on the front lines of the fight against global warming.
Away from the buzz of the usual green car announcements at the recent Paris Motor Show, one Segula Technologies was quietly showcasing a hybrid car concept that seems somewhat different.
As commercial airlines experiment with biofuels as alternatives for cleaner air travel, would an all-electric solution instead be the answer?