A short news clip from a New Zealand paper published in 1912 has gone viral as an example of an early news story to make the connection between burning fossil fuels and climate change.
Archive for month: October, 2016
Oil prices tumbled Monday amid doubts over OPEC’s proposed output cut, after Iraq signaled it wants to be excluded from the pact.
Our environmental fate may, indeed, be in the hands of technological miracle workers. But one thing to keep in mind is that it’s not always easy to predict where these miracles will arise.
A recently released U.S. Grains Council study finds that a significant portion of U.S.-produced corn ethanol will likely meet Japan’s 50 percent greenhouse gas reduction threshold over gasoline, supporting the case for that fuel’s competitiveness and its sustainability compared to other fuel sources.
ISIS radicals are believed to have been torching oil wells as they carry out scorched earth tactics in Mosul.
Tesla announced Wednesday that all cars going produced today and going forward will be equipped with the necessary hardware to support fully autonomous driving — including the upcoming Model 3.
We’ve all been stuck behind one before. A car that clearly hasn’t passed a smog check in years, spewing smoke from its tailpipe like there’s no tomorrow. You probably know that the stuff coming out of there isn’t good for you, or the environment. But what exactly is it composed of?
Renewable fuels like ethanol represent the best tools available to reduce our dependence on oil and minimize the risks associated with conflicts over fossil fuels.
There is something very wrong with the new Toyota Prius and it has nothing to do with its technology.