over LNG. That's the kernel of a coming article from three researchers at Carnegie Mellon.
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.
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What's considered out-dated and useless? And then it's also found to be valuable and an improvement in technology?
This is especially bad news for folks working at Microsoft, Nike, Amazon and other places located near the base of active American volcanoes. Not good news for Naples or central Mexico either.
Sun Microsystems is amping up its green tech marketing this week with a program aimed at helping companies reduce the energy consumption in their data centers. (Think BIG companies.
Thanks to fellow blog-o-sphere-ite Matt McSpirit I just learned a little something about a hot, actually make that cool, new home server due in September from TranquilPC in the United Kingdom. The bummer is that I THINK unless you buy it online, this is a system intended for the European market.
Say "climate change" or "global warming" and you can start a debate most anywhere these days. Even if everybody present agrees things are changing or getting hotter, you'll find a dearth of agreement on what to expect.
From my limited interaction with my fellow blogger Harry, I know that he's a bird nut. I'm a diving gal, myself, so I'm disposed to notice stuff about marine biology.
Celebrity mixed with global warming generates heat. Only open in four theatres so far, Leonardo diCaprio's documentary, "11th Hour," is starting some buzz.
Dean is number 3 on the hurricane hit parade. According to the U.
Up until two months ago, I was a horrible carbon dioxide offender. No excuses, really, other than the fact that my daily commute took me over two bridges from my New Jersey home out to Long Island.