For the second time, the global retail giant Walmart, by far the nation's largest grocer, is rolling out an initiative to localize its food buying.
Laurene Jobs, wife of Apple founder Steve Jobs, donated $200,000 to defeat California's Prop 23 that would suspend the state's global warming law.
The most promising responses to the tar sands are the ones that shrink the demand for oil. Shaming companies that use tar-sands oil might help too.
The corn lobby got what it's been clamoring for: the EPA lifted its "blend wall" on ethanol mixes to 15 percent. There's a catch, though, that will make King Corn's victory downright Pyrrhic.
You know, when you're ready to trade in your car for bike.
The Obama administration's solar boom continues. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar signed the first lease for a huge solar project on federal Nevada land
Once the darling of Wall Street and the Darth Vader of the agribiz universe, Monsanto has fallen on hard times. The reason may have to do with the essentially over-hyped nature of GMO technology.
Google is backing an underwater power transmission system that could bring a wind turbine boom to the Atlantic.
The world is pumped that Google is passing mile markers on the road to creating a fully automatic automobile. But let's consider what we got the last time robot vehicles were allowed to freely roam the earth: Transformers.
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