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Light-filled home for book lovers and their cute cats is built of recycled materials

If you’re a bibliophile who loves cats, prepare to swoon over this light-filled row home in New York City. Barker Freeman Design Office (BFDO Architects) transformed a row house in Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn into the House for Booklovers and Cats. Show More Summary

Regenerative Solutions For The Future of Humanity

If we had adopted sustainable practices 50 years ago on a global scale, then maybe it would be a different situation for us today.

Did The Hurricanes Change The Climate Debate?

When strident denial meets vivid reality, it creates a political storm, and that's what we’re beginning to see.

What Mods Will Be Most Common Amongst Tesla Model 3 Owners? (Poll)

What do Tesla Model 3 reservation holders have in mind as regards eventual upgrades or changes to their cars? Jump into the poll to chime in What Mods Will Be Most Common Amongst Tesla Model 3 Owners? (Poll) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Super Helpful California Car Dealers Association Expands Complaint Against Tesla Over Referral Program

The California New Car Dealers Association has expanded its complaint against Tesla in relation to the modern electric car pioneer's use of customer referral programs. The California New Car Dealers Association has sent yet another letter...Show More Summary

Lyft May Get $1 Billion From Google & Alphabet

Alphabet, parent company of Google, is about to invest $1 billion in ride hailing service Lyft. Will the money help Lyft overtake Uber? Lyft May Get $1 Billion From Google & Alphabet was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

US Celebrates Record 29% Drop In Utility-Scale Solar Costs — But Tariff Cloud Looms

Mixed signals on US solar -- Energy Dept. cheers record-breaking solar cost drop while Trump ponders new tariff that could upend the US solar industry US Celebrates Record 29% Drop In Utility-Scale Solar Costs — But Tariff Cloud Looms...Show More Summary

1 App For Car Or Bike — Ford & Deutsche Bahn Collaborate On German Bikesharing Service

Are you are interested in more mobility alternatives? Interested in carsharing and bikesharing? Like the train? If you are in Germany, the "New Mobility World"  might interest you. Ford is offering one app to use a bikesharing or carsharing system in the country. Show More Summary

Porsche’s electric Mission E arrives in 2019, priced like Panamera

Porsche’s first all-electric car will go on sale at the end of 2019, the car maker revealed at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, with pricing similar to the current Porsche Panamera, so likely starting around at least $80,000 or so in...Show More Summary

Will Tesla Model 3 Buyers Be Granted 400 kWh/Year Free Supercharging?

While many have been assuming that Tesla Model 3 buyers/owners will be granted 400 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of free Supercharger use a year, as is the case for Model S and Model X owners, the reality is that nothing solid is known as of yet. Show More Summary

Santa Monica Alt Car Expo Brings EVs To The People

The Santa Monica Alt Car Expo is consistently packed to the brim with useful people and experiences, which makes it one of the best events at promoting plug-in and alternative fuel vehicles. Year after year, I look forward to attending...Show More Summary

Thermal Sensor From AdaSky Could Improve Autonomous Driving Systems

AdaSky, an Israeli company, has developed a new thermal imaging sensor it says will speed the arrival of accurate autonomous driving systems Thermal Sensor From AdaSky Could Improve Autonomous Driving Systems was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Adventure Road Trip In A Tesla Model X

Some have said that the Tesla Model X is a car from the future, but could the Model X also be the ultimate adventure vehicle? Brendan Leonard at Outside attempted to answer that question in the latest issue of the award-winning adventure travel magazine. Show More Summary

Elon Musk Inc. — SpaceX + Tesla = More Solutions

One of the most respected Apple analysts, Gene Munster, now covers Tesla [NASDAQ: TSLA]. In a fascinating Bloomberg report, Munster explained, "In this race to disrupt the world with both electric cars and autonomy as well as space, you don’t really work for Tesla or SpaceX. Show More Summary

An Inconvenient Sequel: The Al Gore Documentary And The Donald Trump Election

Go see “An Inconvenient Sequel”.  It’s entertaining, educational, inspiring and even better than “An Inconvenient Truth”. It

Urban Trees Protect Buildings From High Winds, Cold Temps, & Air Pollution

Scientists have learned that urban trees?—?even just a single tree?—?can help homes and office buildings save energy by blunting the chilling power of a stiff wind. Trees keep pedestrians more comfortable when they stroll down the street, and they help lower building heating costs by reducing wind pressure. Show More Summary

Nathan Fillion Gets His Spaceship, As Arcimoto’s Revolutionary EV “Fun Utility Vehicle” Wraps Up Successful IPO (In-Depth Interview)

With just days to go in their Initial Public Stock Offering, we caught up with Arcimoto founder Mark Frohnmayer to talk about the IPO, the future of electric and autonomous vehicles, and how he is trying to revolutionize transportation...Show More Summary

Electric Cars Have Obvious & Not-So-Obvious Impacts

Electric cars and other vehicles continue to gain momentum, just as autonomous features are becoming mainstream. But while potential job losses due to autonomy are a strong focus, the multitude of impacts electrification will have on...Show More Summary

Pets Left In Hot Cars Is Everyone's Problem

It’s one thing to understand the gravity of a life-changing issue, but another to stay vigilant about it. The dangers of

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