by David J. Hill: If food was a superhero (called, I don’t know…Captain Nutrient), one of its most dangerous archenemies would be The Vile Weed.
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(AP) DEARBORN, Mich. – Ford (F) hopes the redesigned 2013 Fusion will finally be its Camry killer. The Fusion has become Ford’s best-selling car since it went on sale in 2005, and it’s one of the top sellers in the country.
by Susan DeFreitas: When you lead people on trips through the Cascade Mountains for a living, chances are, you have an appreciation for the natural world.
Hot on the heels of Nissan’s pre-Paris Auto Show concept reveal, BMW is pulling the curtain back on the Concept Active Tourer, a little three-cylinder, front-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid that will debut in less than two weeks at the big French car conclave.
by Beth Buczynski: With 7 billion mouths to feed, it’s no surprise that agriculture is big business on this planet.
by Susan DeFreitas: Is it a home, or is it a power plant? Way back in 2009 when construction was completed on Villa Åkarp, the Swedish “energy positive” (a.k.a. grid positive) house,
by Frances Moore Lappe: I first heard about a new Stanford “study” downplaying the value of organics when this blog headline cried out from my inbox: “Expensive organic food isn’t healthier and no safer than produce grown with pesticides, finds biggest study of its kind.”
by Pete Danko: The recent report that Hundyai is close to bringing out a fuel cell vehicle has prompted an update from GM on its hydrogen projects, which are actually more extensive than you might imagine, given how little we hear about them.
by Kristin Eberhard: On August 7, LADWP adopted guiding principles for the development and implementation of its energy efficiency portfolio.
By Evan Weaver: For those looking to make a social impact with their investments, life just got a little easier. Stock exchanges serving only socially oriented companies will soon open in Singapore and London, with others to follow.