This 1967 Karmann Ghia, converted to electric by Kansas City high schoolers, will turn Twitter mentions and Facebook likes into wattage to complete a 1,000-mile trip.
They don't call it a "hive mind" for nothing.
The type of solar cell isn't the most efficient, but it lends itself to uses where you need a little flexibility.
All that Greek yogurt you're eating is creating a toxic byproduct: gallons upon gallons upon gallons of acid whey.
The reality of vertical farming could be a little bit weirder and a little bit less natural-looking than we usually imagine.
Technically all the animals will be in kennels, but we're going to cling to our fantasy of being whisked through the countryside in a pile of cats and dogs.
This exhibit at MoMA consists of glacier chunks, flown from Iceland, sitting in an artificially cooled room. Maybe not the most environmentally friendly statement.
Thank goodness for one little bitty bit of good news.
Zachary Maxwell sneaked a camera into his school cafeteria. From that footage was born his aptly titled documentary, "Yuck."