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Ford Motor’s C-MAX Energi is a huge step forward for PHEVs--and Detroit-with its impressive performance and miles per gallon equivalent.
A full-scale revolution is taking place in the former Yugoslav skies. National airlines are constantly in the red and low cost flights are expanding. How can the crisis be counteracted? Some look to the emirs, some are planning to establish a regional carrier.
This week Hertz announced a new program that will boost tire recycling to 160,000 tires annually.
This week Ford Motor’s C-MAX Energi scored approval for the Golden State’s Green Clean Air Vehicle Sticker under the Clean Vehicle Rebate Program.
Electric cars might not be on our roads in massive numbers yet but that doesn't mean there aren't reasons why they should be.
GM recently announced that it is ramping up its zero waste goals and now generates $1 billion a year from the reuse and recycling of its byproducts.
A few months ago, Belgrade introduced the BusPlus system, which was supposed to revolutionize the city's public transport. But technological innovations have only masked the inefficiency and poor state of public transport. And violence against those who do not pay the ticket is increasing.
Two studies from Portland and New York City reveal bicyclists spend more than their peers who arrive at the same neighborhoods via car or public transport.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will loan up to $64 million to Macedonia so that the country can invest in more modern trains.
Today three large multinationals have agreed to charter only vessels in the shipping industry that have the highest rates of energy efficiency.
Ryder, the Fortune 500 transportation services giant that generated over $6 billion in revenues last year, recently issued its third sustainability report.
The demand for bioplastics creates odd bedfellows, as in today's announcement that Ford and Weyerhaeuser will collaborate on developing new car parts.