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Alternative fuel for thought May 25, 2007 Gasoline has got to go, say big thinkers at the Future in Review conference. But what the replacement will be is far from clear.
Burning Man takes on green tech May 7, 2007 Organizers of the festival decide to put their money and energy where their mouth is and promote environmental responsibility.Images: Celebrating clean tech at Burning Man
Nanotech to pave way for micro-machines February 24, 2003 Disposable satellite transmitters, inexpensive medical testing equipment and other devices will become possible over the next 10 years, thanks to nanotechnology.
Boxed in: America's new energy trap November 13, 2007 Michael Butler and Randy Shefman say miscalculations have temporarily boxed us in and led the U.S. off the path to energy self-sufficiency.
Bush's dim pitch for energy April 28, 2006 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says the president missed a golden opportunity when he visited Silicon Valley recently.
Tech vets making leap to green tech May 29, 2007 Clean-tech companies are hiring IT veterans as they look to bring Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurship to slow-moving industries.
FAQ: All about coal--a necessary evil December 3, 2007 Coal is probably a fact of life. The problem is how to burn it. We answer some of questions surrounding the fuel and how scientists might make it more eco-friendly.Photos: Coal addiction
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