Transportation

Investment Impacts of Climate Change

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - We’ve all heard a lot about what we can expect from a changing climate. There will be increased droughts and flooding, food prices will likely rise, as will the level of the ocean. Growing seasons will shift as will the migration patterns of animals. Some species will move into areas where they had not previously been found.

Cities on the Verge: How Data and Technology Will Accelerate Urban Sustainability

GreenBiz's VERGE Salon focused on next-gen buildings and cities

Green Supply Chain Awards Suggest Trend in Efficiency Technology

Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine has announced the recipients its 2012 Green Supply Chain Awards. This year's fifth annual awards recognize 57 companies of all sizes that are using innovative practices to drive supply chain sustainability.

State Departments of Transportation Going Green, Says New Report

State departments of transportation across the country are successfully implementing a range of sustainable practices and programs, according to a new report by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' (AASHTO) Center for Environmental Excellence.

Stephen Baldwin Complains of Rapid Misfire in Kevin Costner's BP Oil Spill Solution Deal

A powerful centrifuge capable of separating oil from water to collect in a separate holding tank for waste extraction.

Federal Spending for Green Energy, Roads, and Bridges Among Other Necessary Infrastructures

President Obama’s economic agenda to include White House plans to increase federal spending for green infrastructure.

Mercedes-Benz's New Fuel Cell Leasing Program to Bring The F-Cell to the US

Fuel cell cars, though sometimes criticized by automobile manufacturers for their cost, continue to reach for their place in a world that is moving towards a green vehicle revolution. Though the cost issue is a minor point to be concerned about, one of the biggest obstacles preventing fuel cell cars from taking hold is the lack of hydrogen fueling stations in various parts of the world.

JPods: The Public Transportation of the Future / Part 2 of 2: The Reason

A quick preface: Due to the length of this piece and the amount of information it will hold I have decided to break it into two parts. This part will contain some information on one of the biggest reasons behind Bill's invention and passion for the JPods system

JPods: The Public Transportation of the Future / Part 1 of 2: The Interview

A quick preface: Due to the length of this piece and the amount of information it will hold I have decided to break it into two parts. This part will contain an introduction to the Jpods system as well as a short Q&A I did with the creator of Jpods, Bill James, via email.

Raising a Glass to Alternative Fuels: Europe's Latest in Fuel Innovation

If you keep an eye on the news, Europe often seems to be on top of alternative energy and alternative transportation innovation. While that seems to be as much because many of the nations in Europe are committed to bringing about the change, some have said it is because they have so much that needs to be changed in the first place.

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