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BP Predicts Global Carbon Emissions Up 29% by 2035

January 18th, 2014 | by Guest Contributor

BP Energy released their BP Energy Outlook 2035 on Wednesday, outlining global energy demand predictions for the coming decades, as well as showing that global carbon dioxide emissions are expected to grow by 29% by 2035. According to the report

Honda Releases 2013 North American Environmental Report

December 14th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

- CO2-adjusted fuel economy of Honda and Acura automobiles up 9.5% - CO2 emissions intensity of automobile production in N.A. down 16.2% - CO2 emissions intensity of product shipments in the U.S. down 8% - CO2 emissions intensity of service parts shipments&hellip

Green Investing Options to Avoid the Carbon Bubble Fallout

November 7th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

It’s one of the biggest hurdles facing fossil fuel divestment: Where to find sustainable investment options that create secure returns on investment in an energy market often dominated by fossil fuel companies. But thanks to action taken by two of&hellip

Carbon Motors Presents Police Command Vehicle With CNG Option

January 4th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Remember Carbon Motors? The police car company that hoped to bring a purpose-built police cruiser to departments across the country? After their initial design was rejected for low-interest government loans, many of us thought Carbon Motors was on the outs, but it turns out the company has another card up its sleeve, the CNG-powered TX7 Multi-Mission command vehicle

Carbon-Monocoque Electric Bike Might Be Worth Price of Admission

December 4th, 2012 | by Jo Borrás

If you think the twin disc brake setup of the LEAOS pedal-electric bicycle hints at the bike's performance, you're right. With a 36V 250W electric assist helping you push the pedals through an 8-speed Shimano Alfine gearest, this high-end, carbon monocoque bike is more than capable of blitzing through modern day traffic with (what promises to be) as much "go" as a small scooter

Can A 1,000 MPH Rocket Car Be “Carbon Neutral”?

November 6th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

How do you define a green car? Is it a vehicle with no tailpipe emissions, or a vehicle with the lowest overall emissions including manufacture and delivery? How about a rocket car aiming to break the 1,000 mph on the ground that buys carbon offset credits from a green energy company? Is that still “green”

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