The potential for a half-hour shuttle between major cities in an underground tunnel is fascinating, but Elon Musk is still hoping to fix traffic issues even further. He demonstrated a prototype lift that would send personal vehicles down into these tunnels.
Restaurants generate a lot of waste in the form of food scraps. Usually such scraps end up in the trash, but one Colorado-based pickle company has found a way to utilize its food scraps by turning them into compost and Bloody Mary's.
Vail Resorts, the world's largest mountain resort company, recently announced a plan to eliminate its environmental impact by 2030. By then, the company hopes to achieve zero emissions, zero waste, and an offset impact on forests.
While many travelers have a desire to do good and help out the communities they’re visiting, many aren’t sure where to start. A new socially conscious hotel booking platform aims to help travelers out by giving them the chance to give back in a huge way - and all before they've left home.
For those that like to host guests overnight, Escape offers a luxury tiny home that could fit up to 10 people sleeping at one time -- assuming children are in the mix. Additional options make the Traveler XL Limited a great tiny home that can even function off the grid.
Eco-friendly paper might sound like an oxymoron, but in fact, you have two major sourcing options when it comes to purchasing paper that is gentle on the environment, even before you reuse it and toss it into the recycling bin.
If you needed another reason not to use herbicides and pesticides in your garden and lawn, here’s one: Those weeds you think are such nuisances are actually delicious—and better for you than a lot of the veggies you eat every day.
The United Kingdom has just taken a big step in showing their commitment to reducing the environmental risk posed by cars and vans that run on diesel gas. The decision comes from a fear that nitrogen oxide will soon cause a serious risk to public health.
India has made great strides to limit coal mining in their future, but one technology they won't be pursuing is self-driving vehicles. The announcement on Tuesday was met with criticism, but the country's urban areas could make autonomy tricky.
A nuclear power plant in the United Kingdom could be old hat by the time it's completed thanks to electric vehicles and their potential energy demand. This could also mean a trying time when switching to renewable sources, but there are ways to control it.
Professor of Architecture at Ohio University, Kevin Nute, is making a good case for bringing weather indoors based on decades of previous research. In a new essay he explains why bringing outside elements can improve productivity and mood.
At dozens of Google cafes, spread across the country at company campuses, the diverse meal offerings have one central message: Eat less meat.
Toyota is still working on hydrogen fuel cells for their vehicles, but they believe that solid state batteries will be mass marketed in vehicles by 2022. This new kind of battery would provide more range, higher efficiency, and safer driving.
Billionaire Philip Anschutz sees the potential for a booming wind-generated energy industry in Wyoming. However, there's been pushback from state legislators that want to raise wind taxes and those that don't want to see the landscape full of turbines.
In the very near future, you’ll be able to slide a tiny device into your clothing that will track your own motion to create power for electronic personal devices like cell phones and fitness trackers.
During the month of June, Scotland achieved a milestone, producing the equivalent of six day's worth of energy for the entire country. This record could spell progress for those hoping to see greater investments in renewable energy.
Philippines-based nonprofit launched Liter of Light, a project they think will revolutionize people's dependence on electricity while also providing people with jobs and a means of recycling the island's enormous number of plastic bottles.