Just in time for the weekend, here's a fun dispatch out of the United Kingdom about some simple gadgets that can raise your personal green tech IQ.As you would expect, most of the products are focused only on our British cousins.
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
Putting my bleeding heart hat on to point out the efforts of a 13-year-old non-profit group called E+Co, which has started a Web site called EnergyCures.com.
Real estate loan mess could help Silicon Valley? Is the bad news for real estate and hedge funds, good news for venture capital and tech investments?
Several items involving India are worthy of note: ranging from Nokia to jatropha. We'd better start with that one.
Pond scum is a hot topic in the renewable energy world. Green (and other colors) algae can be used to produce a combustible oil.
There's an old folk song about some long ago mining disaster where men died. "Dark as a dungeon way donw in the mine...
More evidence of growing antagomism toward bottled water. Here's an academic's blog on why you should not use bottled water.
A U.N. official has set off a little political warming trend by by himself: think of it as climate change in the blogosphere.
Out of the mouths of babes or, actually, teens, the truth seems less filtered.I was just writing an opinion column about a totally different topic (tech talent), when I read this essay by Louis Wegner, a college student from Racine, Wis.
But then the federal judge gave the Bush administration until next March to issue a climate-change research plan and its first-ever scientific assessment report on climate change. A possible appeal could drag out the case longer, and thus delay both plan and report.