Researchers at George Washington University in Washington, DC have devised a way to pull CO2 out of air and turn the carbon into carbon nanofibers, the wonder material that now makes racing bikes and other high […]
Tech & Gadgets
Indoor farming isn’t a new concept, but bringing LEDs into it is making the process more cost-effective. Traditional farmers are hostages to the weather. Drought, flood, or an early frost can destroy entire harvests and […]
Anyone with scissors, thread, and access to a craft website can upcycle old t-shirts into tote bags, but it takes a multinational corporation like Google to upcycle a decommissioned coal power plant into a data […]
Researchers at the University of Nottingham are working on a technology that could enable crops to take nitrogen from the air, instead of the soil.
The EPA’s Small Business Innovation Research program is using $2 million in funding to help small businesses develop technologies for the environment.
The company recently announced that it reached its goal of 5,000 pre-sold phones and will soon begin production.
Tim Cook brings former Environmental Protection Agency head Lisa Jackson on board to green up Apple; Greenpeace, for one, likes the idea.
With a simple design and surprisingly high quality sound, this gadget will be raising a rukus wherever we go this summer.
Google will apparently get the clean energy it wants for an expanded North Carolina data center, as Duke Energy goes along with adding new renewable sources.
Apple’s new environmental report, among key items, indicates 100 percent of its worldwide data centers are now fully powered by clean energy.
Researchers say a new technique to scale up fabrication of graphene micro-supercapacitors could have them replacing batteries, with vastly faster charging.
An amazing map of a vision of an American high speed rail network has this author pondering our current HSR state and the possibilities of tomorrow.
Looking for something special for that green tech enthusiast on your list? Our 2012 holiday shopping guide is here to help.
Instead of talking about what corporations aren’t doing, let’s focus on what we the people are doing, and how America Recycles Day can help us do it better.