Green News Roundup: Friday, November 4th, 2011

Happy Friday! Enjoy the almost-weekend with a round-up of clean green news from the end of the week. Highlights include yet another reason to avoid diesel, a century of electric cars at the Smithsonian, and Tesla’s behind-the-scenes factory tour.

EV Charging Station Rethink: Steel is Out [Earth Techling]

Smithsonian Exhibits 100 Years of EVs [PluginCars.com]

Study Links Air Pollution and Cyclone Intensity in Arabian Sea [Green Car Congress]

Tesla Wows With Model S Rides, Factory Tour [AutoObserver]

Massive Detonator Electric Bike [DVICE]

Amorphous Titanium Dioxide Nanotube Anodes Show Ability to Self-Improve [Green Car Congress]

UK: Buses Emit More Pollutants Than Automobiles [The Truth About Cars]

Charis Michelsen

spent 7 years living in Germany and Japan, studying both languages extensively, doing translation and education with companies like Bosch, Nissan, Fuji Heavy, and others. Charis has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. She also believes that Janeway was the best Star Trek Captain.