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Riken Yamamoto unveils green-roofed designs for Taiwans Taoyuan Museum of Art

Taiwan’s Taoyuan City is often passed over for its glitzier neighbor Taipei, but a new proposed art museum could give the city an extra boost in attracting new talent and tourists. Kanazawa-Based Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop unveiledShow More Summary

Just before he died, Stephen Hawking predicted the 'end of the universe'

Just before he died, Stephen Hawking was working on a groundbreaking study that predicted the end of the world and sought to prove the multiverse theory. His co-author Professor Thomas Hertog, of KU Leuven University in Belgium, says that the work is so important that Hawking could have received a Nobel Prize had he not passed away last week.[...]

Agtech start-up Plenty plans to grow hydroponic peaches

San Francisco-based start-up Plenty is expanding the possibilities of what can be grown on indoor farms, with its sights set on peaches. Plenty uses a hydroponic growing system, which feeds crops through a steady flow of nutrient-rich water, to grow high-quality, local produce. Show More Summary

Scientists create protein-packed mats that fight pollution

Researchers have created a mat composed of active proteins that have the ability to absorb chemical pollution. In a study published in Science, scientists document how they successfully extracted an active protein from a cell without...Show More Summary

Beloved physicist Stephen Hawking passes away at 76

Stephen Hawking, the brilliant and iconic British scientist who inspired countless millions with his intellect and humanity, has died at 76. After being diagnosed with a degenerative motor neuron disease similar to amyotrophic lateral...Show More Summary

Tesla Supercharger Evolution … Fake PHEVs … Tesla Model X Journey … (#CleanTechnica Top 20)

Miss the past week of 100+ stories on CleanTechnica? Too busy vacationing in the Bahamas? Or did you get caught up in the whirlwind of EVBox's 2018 rEVolution conference? Catch up a bit now by scrolling through the 20 most popular articles of the past week

Taking Water Infrastructure Back to Nature

Why nature’s tools are the best solution to our water infrastructure needs

Pedestrian Killed By Uber Autonomous Car In Arizona

An Uber vehicle operating in self-driving mode struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona, during the evening of March 18. The company has suspended all self-driving testing. What effect this may have on the use of autonomous vehicles in the US is unclear at this time.

Little Risk in Brands Taking Stands

What is the cost, the danger, the risk associated with taking a stand?

Will Autonomous Vehicles End Road Carnage? Eventually, Yes, But Might Be Delayed By Ethical Dilemmas

The last time I brought up the subject of autonomous vehicles I asked when they would actually arrive. The report I was referring to at the time did a very poor job of predicting this, and so did

What’s Really ‘Green’? A Look at Beef Finishing on Feedlots

Evaluating feedlot sustainability encompasses impacts and solutions related to feed supply chains.

Roskilde Is 1st City In Denmark To Convert Bus Fleet To Electric

The Danish Municipality of Roskilde is taking a step into the future with the announcement that all 20 of the buses serving all of its municipal bus lines will be electric starting in April 2019 after the city council voted on the matter. The milestone move makes the Roskilde Municipality the first in Denmark to convert its fleet to fully electric buses.

The US Could Still Meet Clean Power Plan Targets Without the Clean Power Plan

Hundreds of American cities, companies and other entities have pledged to uphold the Paris Accord targets and continue to make plans and manage their resources with the intent of meeting them.

Latest Autopilot Update Gets Cheers From Tesla Owners

Tesla is finished rolling out the latest Autopilot update and drivers are raving about how good it is. Elon should be pleased.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral In New York City Goes Green With $35 Million Geothermal Installation

St. Patrick's Cathedral on New York's Fifth Avenue is undergoing a $200 million renovation. Part of that upgrade is a new $35 million geothermal heating and cooling system that replaces the steam boiler and air conditioning system installed nearly 60 years ago

Western Europe Financial Centers Win Big In Inaugural Global Green Finance Index

The first ever Global Green Finance Index was launched by Z/Yen and Finance Watch last week, and the financial centers of Western Europe outperformed those in other regions based on the perception of the quality and depth of their green finance offerings. 

Are The United Auto Workers & Tesla Locked In A Fight To The Finish?

Tesla and the UAW seem to be on a collision course. Can any good come from a fight between these two giants?

India’s Tata Motors Developing Battery To Match Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Kona

Just days after Indian EV manufacturer Mahindra Electric announced plans to partner with LG Chem to develop new lithium-ion cells and battery packs exclusively for the Indian market, its main competitor Tata Motors has thrown a counter punch.

America Has A Massive Hepatitis A Problem, And No One Is Talking About It

The potentially deadly disease is on the rise in homeless and drug-using populations across the country.

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