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I blogged about one study of forty nations that showed the U.S.
25th anniversary of the Bhopal disaster.
General Motors, not dead yet, and Segway are hoping to sell an electric 2-wheeler that seats two. It goes over 30 miles on a single full charge, and is aimed at the uptown market.
Has the dream of hydrogen-powered cars gone up in a puff of vapor? Has it evaporated?
An eighteen hundred mile demo tour has begun. Hydrogen powered cars will wend across North America for days, having left from Chula Vista today.
General Motors is heralding a milestone for their hydrogen-powered cars still in road testing. Under current political conditions the hydrogen fuel cell car looks almost perfect: it emits H20.
Am I parroting the Pope, quoting a Mormon church decree? No, it turns out some Stanford scientists are telling us divorce is bad for the planet.
Canadian researchers have found a way to make solar cells more efficient, perhaps twice as efficient as current tech used to convert sunlight into electricity. The work was done at Canada's McMasters University and is already in commercial development.
More and more Americansx are using mass transit. One study shows a 30% increase since 1995.