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Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg of Switzerland announced the path of Solar Impulse 2, the first round-the-world solar flight that starts next month.
The 2016 Chevy Volt is bigger, more powerful, yet more efficient -- boasting an electric range of 50 miles, which means it can go 1,000 miles between gas fill-ups.
General Motors' Chevrolet Bolt EV, which could hit the market as soon as 2017, has the capability to transform the auto industry.
Earlier this week 13 flight attendants filed a whistleblower complaint with OSHA against United Airlines.
Melbourne does not have the most cycling-friendly reputation, but ANZ Bank is one company helping to make cycling mainstream.
Last week JetBlue, partnering with The Ocean Foundation, released a report that links ecosystem sustainability and revenue.
No one is talking about Uber's rides-for-hunger campaign, but instead the talk is accused price gouging during the tragic hostage situation in Sydney.
Boeing and South African Airways (SAA) have announced that they are close to processing the first crop of tobacco plants for jet biofuel production.
Recently the first bus in the United Kingdom made its maiden voyage, powered by yes, biomethane from human poop and food waste.
Hyundai and Kia will boost the models of green cars threefold by 2020 in response to a settlement with the EPA over lowballing some models' GHG emissions.
Setting up a train link to Georgia may be the next stop in Vladimir Putin’s plan for cementing Russian hegemony over the region.
A smart city? The annual cost to local IT and business process outsourcing (BPO) companies in Bangalore reaches as much as US$6.5 billion annually.