Business & Technology

Do U Even Lyft

Uber’s CEO would like you to re-download the company’s app, please.

The ride-sharing company is dumping Trump after a #DeleteUber movement takes over Twitter.

where the sidewalk ends

There’s finally a tool for navigating cities that puts people before cars.

It customizes routes for pedestrians based on accessibility and sidewalk conditions.

Let's science the shale out of it

Innovation, not scarcity, could bring us peak oil as soon as 2020.

Projections about our future energy use may be discounting the force of innovation.

Innovate, Don’t Discriminate

Trump’s ban puts a chill on science and cleantech

Says one Libyan-born U.S. scientist: “This looks bad to me right now … coming from someone who has seen bad.”

This is exactly the wrong way to clean up the L.A. area’s air

Regulators are pushing a plan to make residents pay more taxes instead of making polluters clean up, and it would hit poor people hardest.

Remember that other pipeline?

Keystone XL really is back to haunt us.

TransCanada, the company behind the infamous project, has resubmitted an application to build the pipeline across the U.S.-Canada border.

roof of concept

Who installs more solar power? Republicans and Democrats are pretty much tied.

Solar power isn't a partisan issue.

Well, he is a real-estate developer

A leaked list of Trump’s infrastructure priorities looks pretty surprising.

Trump's infrastructure wish list appears positively un-Trumpian, but ...

Pipe down over there

Trump moved to push through the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines, but it’s not a done deal.

He signed executive memorandums paving the way for their construction, but it's not at all clear what this will mean on the ground.