A plug-in electric will cost up to $19,000 more over its lifetime
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Royal Dutch Shell is taking Greenpeace International to court in an attempt to have it banned from holding any protest within 500 metres of Shell property or face a fine of $1.25 million.
Global fish stocks are exploited or depleted to such an extent that without urgent measures we may be the last generation to catch food from the oceans.
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Leading automakers have developed a tool that helps companies easily trace materials in their supply chains.
Two of nuclear power's greatest champions dealt the industry a heavy blow on Friday, with Japan deciding to phase out its plants and France confirming plans to cut its heavy reliance
Can plastic propel our way through the skies? A growing international field of research seeks to develop a synthetic fuel.
Mega-dams and massive government-run irrigation projects are not the key to meeting world’s water needs, a growing number of experts now say. For developing nations, the answer may lie in small-scale measures such as inexpensive water pumps and other readily available equipment.
The results of the 2012 Dow Jones Sustainability Index annual review suggest that sustainable business practices are becoming the rule, rather than the exception.