You may have heard some shouts and rumors about this new technology called 3D printing.
Hybrid or electric? That's a question many green car drivers ask themselves when they consider what vehicle to purchase.
Toyota's latest concept car is dubbed the Smart Insect and is somewhat reminiscent of a Smart car, if only a tad smaller.
When electric cars first started generating buzz, I couldn't help but wonder if they heralded the end of performance automobiles.
Biofuels were under the microscope all summer in the U.S. due to drought-prompted concerns about the bite they can take out of food supplies.
Certain concept cars stand out because of some slick green technology that could someday make it into actual production.
We love tiny green houses here at EarthTechling and TG Daily.
Tiny little city cars aren't particularly common in the United States, at least not yet.
Choosing to eliminate (or even just minimize) your vehicle emissions is a big adjustment for most people.
It must be something in the air - last week, we brought you Richard Black’s Symbiotic Building concept, which essentially seeks to combine the modern office environment with a greenhouse.
Back in June, we brought you word that the Via Verde affordable housing complex had opened its doors to residents in the Bronx.
The bright minds of young college students and their mentors are at work again in the world of green technology.
One of the primary reasons many consumers shy away form electric vehicles is range anxiety, or the fear of a car battery running out of juice while still on the road.
Declining gas prices aren't denting sales of alternative fuel vehicles.
Green technologies often get a first vetting in the field through uses in areas of science or military.
Other avenues also exist, such as high performance racing for electric vehicles.
Tesla originally kicked off production of its electric vehicle line with the Roadster and only recently began selling its Model S four-door sedan.
Bringing EVs to mainstream consumers is a challenge the auto industry has yet to overcome.
Apple's decision to pull out of an environmental certification initiative may cost it millions in sales.
For many years, most of the fuel we've been burning in our automobiles has included 10% ethanol to reduce the amount of petroleum consumed in the United States.
Antarctica was once as warm as Iceland - warm enough for vegetation and even trees to thrive, a new study has found.