“Grid parity” has arrived in parts of sunny California and Hawaii, and it’s coming to (not-so-sunny) Germany by 2013.
A reader wonders how to network sustainably. Umbra consults the cards.
The magazine has published a series on “Over-regulated America” that does nothing but contradict itself and repackage false claims about the costs of protective regulation.
Germany just signed agreements with Kazakhstan and Mongolia to mine rare earths in those countries, in an effort to break China’s monopoly over these 17 elements.
You know where your coffee beans come from — so why not your gasoline? Did your $3.50 a gallon go to prop up our tar-sands-addicted frenemies in Canada?
According to this 1971 article from Mother Earth News, British chicken farmer Harold Bate invented a car that runs on animal droppings 40 years ago. Why the hell are we still using oil? Bate invented a converter that reportedly recycles …
Sales of solar panels for Japanese homes are up 30.7 percent in 2011, despite — or, let’s be real, because of — the economic hit the country took in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
Pizza Hut is now offering a $10,010 proposal package. If you’re going to try this, your relationship better be more solid than day-old stuffed crust cheese.
Free app iOS/Android/WP7 app PaperKarma purports to unsubscribe you from junk mail and catalog lists with just a snapshot. You take pictures of your junk mail haul, and PaperKarma identifies the senders and notifies them to leave you the hell …