Famed tech investor Vinod Khosla says green tech will succeed when entrepreneurs follow their vision for disruptive technologies rather than expect consumers to pay a premium for green products.
Fujitsu's Green IT line just introduced its M440 ECO mouse, but the UK's Inquirer takes issue with its questionable eco-benefits.
Energy Saver claims to do just what its name says, by turning off major appliances.
Nuclear power could wean us off coal, but fears about the technology have kept it down, says Patrick Moore, one of the founders of Greenpeace.
The push to create an alternative to carbon-based fuel with massive solar plants has hit an unlikely snag: environmentalists.
Automakers, utilities, and environmentalists alike are increasingly gung-ho for electric vehicles. But it's hard to say if consumers will share their enthusiasm.
Environmentalists create cheat sheets about places where alternative-energy developers are least and most likely to be challenged.
Amory Lovins, hero of environmentalists and adviser to Fortune 500 firms, says it's time for bold changes in energy and transportation, focusing first on efficiency.
Is the green movement really the greed movement in disguise? Are politicians, lawyers, lobbyists and so-called environmentalists the only ones who really benefit?
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