Windows that darken to keep out summer heat are among the innovations from green-tech entrepreneurs scoring big bucks from GE.
Technology policy -- not carbon caps -- is our best hope for fighting climate change.
As promised, Yellow Page publishers have sued to overturn a law in Seattle that lets people opt out of receiving paper phone books.
Pro sports teams are greening stadiums, forging corporate partnerships with green themes, and encouraging sustainable practices among fans.
San Francisco Chronicle columnist John King has a smart piece on the "generation gap" between old-school environmentalists suspicious of urban development and younger greens who see density as essential.
Bummed you don't live in a city that will get the Nissan Leaf or the Chevrolet Volt next month? Wait another year and the electric Ford Focus will roll into town.
General Electric has committed to buying 25,000 electric vehicles for corporate use. Will other multinationals follow suit?
At least three oracles offer a different vision for our carbon-powered Congress to follow that may result in more jobs and a faster economic recovery.
Instead of envying China for leading on coal plant research, why not focus on what the U.S. does well -- distributed, bottom-up, human-scale innovation?