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As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
Well, there are lots of dire predictions about what global warming will do to us and the earth. So it follows that some scared folks are going to start believing in panaceas.
I normally don't do religion, at any time or in any form. But couldn't ignore this one.
Hull, Mass. is a windy place. Southeast of Boston it faces north, toward those winds that often come blasting down the Atlantic Coast.
We've built a photo gallery of all the electric cars we could find already on the road or coming soon. Over a dozen pics in our gallery.
Here's something I haven't had to worry about: When your hybrid car is feeling blue instead of green, where do you go to fix it?Are you forced to pay the dealer service fees or are there respectable organizations emerging to make this a niche specialty?
Phase one of the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) is a program called the Energy Efficiency Building Retrofit, under a group of designated "energy service companies" have been charged (get it?) with assessing buildings in 40 cities around the world, figuring out their energy-efficiency IQ, and making improvements.
We all know there are some places you need to drink purified water to stay healthy, and away from intestinal distress. Well, it's distressing to learn 140 million humans are drinking water with a high probability of gradual self-poisoning.
Well, folks, there's another United Nations report due out this fall. Today Reuters tells what's in the research summary that will shape that report.
Gotta love this list of seven major ways the U.S. military is making it up to the environment, posted by the green-minded at Earth2Tech.