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No matter how well they’re engineered, hydrogen cars offer no real answer to the imminent threats posed by global warming.
To meet emissions goals, the U.K. is reluctantly turning to fracking of shale gas.
Washington’s growing interest could help make plug-in hybrids more affordable. The payoff: 150 miles per gallon.
Some still question the vehicle’s chances of success, despite a boost from India.
Research shows that pyrolysis is the most climate-friendly way to consume biomass.
A new way to make hydrogen from corn or potatoes could make fuel-cell vehicles more practical.
If we can’t adequately reduce or sequester carbon emissions, are more-radical alternatives like orbital mirrors a solution to climate change?
Overall, plug-in cars are a plus for the environment, despite the fact that they would increase the demand for electricity.
New materials provide a potentially cheaper way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.