Okay, folks, if you drive a car, ride in a bus, consume anything ever carried in a truck or ship, or simply are interested in questions about energy supply and greenhouse gases...pay attention.
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
We now have our own series of Green Tech videos here at ZDnet. Hosted by reporter Sumi Das, this first one follows here backto alma mater.
The first nodes in the nation's first known solar-powered city Wi-Fi network are about to go live, after a delay related to the asthetics of the poles. City residents didn't like the color of the equipment (white), so brown covers are being added to cover them.
That's what they'll be doing over in European Union. To get some of the excess wine off the market, the E.
The original discovery was made forty years ago by a young researcher at IBM. Now he's leading a team of researchers at Purdue who seem to be on the brink of an energy wonderland.
We still have to wait months for the actual commercial delivery of the bamboo-covered EcoBook concept notebook from ASUS, which you can read about on CNet's U.K.
Coal's the most abundant fossil fuel on earth. Most current coal technologies produce a lot of greenhouse gas.
China appears to be killing its own people at a rapid rate. And we may be just collateral damage.
Cold fusion. Science or wishful thinking? Fact or fantasy?
Some blog goodies from prolific Michael Kanellos at CNET:Phoenix is going to be making electric trucks, they promise. But it won't be happening this year after all.