by Rod Kurtz: When a larger-than-life figure passes away, it’s a little hard to process. Even in the pseudo-celebrity culture we’ve created for ourselves, there are still a few iconic figures whose passing command the banner headlines and make us stop when we hear the news and share a collective gasp.
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Ford is looking to jump into the American dedicated hybrid market – currently dominated by the Toyota Prius – with the announcement recently of its C-MAX Hybrid.
by Linda Hill: When we realize our life is not working — financial hardships, abuse, unfriendliness, weight gain, bad relationship and/or an unfulfilling job — there are a few habits we can let go of to change our reality immediately.
* Denmark still needs to wean itself off coal
You don’t have to be an Extreme Greenist to Go Green! Just one Daily Green Decision can go a long way.
Hacking through jungle growth and clearing away rubble, archaeologists made their way to excavate a house buried at the edge of ruins of a large Maya city in the remote Petén lowlands of northeastern Guatemala.
The blind really are beginning to see again. After receiving retinal implants in a trial, two people in the UK and one in China – all blind – regained part of their vision.
He met his partner in a diner. Perry was his waiter.
(AP) NEW YORK – Archaeologists have found a small room in Maya ruins where royal scribes apparently used walls like a blackboard to keep track of astronomical records and the society’s intricate calendar some 1,200 years ago.
by Susan Kraemer: California currently has just 524 solar projects over 1 megawatt (MW) — but an incredible 17,707 such solar projects will be on the grid by 2017 [PDF].