As green pundits bemoan our consumer society, the culture is quietly morphing to slow the amount we buy.
What Revenge of the Electric Car makes clear is that designing, engineering, building and marketing this transportation revolution isn't going to be easy. Making it affordable and keeping the enthusiasm alive inside the car companies is going to be challenging.
The lobbying group for car dealers wants to block new fuel efficiency standards that will save drivers $80 billion a year at the pump, saying clean car standards are a sign of "over regulation."
Rather than encourage the sustainable use of pesticides, too often agrochemical companies seek only to maximize short-term sales and profits.
The hands that Bob Lutz is gesturing with are the same hands that patted the hoods of thousands of cars he explains that in a world filled with wealth, success and fast cars, he must focus on the facets of life not addressed in a board room.
Opportunities for improving energy efficiency -- and saving real money -- are everywhere. The proverbial low-hanging fruit are actually, in the words of energy guru Amory Lovins, fruit on the ground.
In an era where the Federal Government has seen some of its lowest approval ratings in history, it has become all too easy for Americans to relegate blame to their elected officials. Our problem are more complex.
I know I'll be watching with great interest on Sunday night when so many auto brands write that new chapter in the narrative that is the relationship between people and their cars.
Government workers are the new group treated like parasites on the system; their jobs are illegitimate and disposable. Better to stick with the empty and symbolic than tackle the difficult.
Once our pride and joy, Detroit now reminds us of how far off track our economy has gone and how downtrodden the middle class is.
CES is a blur of tech, talks, gizmo's and software. Often, the best way to process is to take pictures, and sort them out in the light of day. Here's a highlights reel.
Here's my attempt to capture the most important stories that affected the greening of business in 2010 and my predictions for the future.
WikiLeaked cables released over the weekend revealed more about the US' role as a global bully, trying to thrust unpopular genetically modified (GM) crops onto cautious governments and their citizens.
Depending on the radio program, we're either about to become a communist or fascist nation (okay, sometimes both), all because of the suspiciously foreign-looking guy in the White House.
Five years after Who Killed the Electric Car, we have a new documentary and a dramatic new era both for electric cars and movie distribution. How the world's changed.
President Obama will stop in Indiana on Tuesday. This visit is likely to further aggravate the un- and under-employed throughout the Rust Belt. Obama's administration appears to have learned little since its election defeat.