A plan is underway in Swansea to construct the first power station in the world based on a man-made tidal lagoon.
The smart lock's piercing alarm can draw attention from 150 feet away.
The towering figures are an eye-catching distraction from a lack of infrastructure planning in the Democratic Republic of Congo's ever-growing capital.
As farmers markets fall from grace, tech-friendly food distributors are stepping in to meet the demand for locally-sourced products.
The retrofitted payphones give no-strings-attached power through public advertising.
The overall price of solar—panels, installation, and financing—dropped 10 percent compared to 2013.
New York's Bus Time program led to about a 2 percent rise overall, according to new research.
State cap-and-trade revenue, which now includes tailpipe credits, appear set to far outpace expectations.
What can a city's waste reveal about the health of its population?
Adoption of similar mass transit technology in the U.S. may not be far off.
The proposed "Strawscraper" would create energy from the gyration of thousands of follicles.
Museums have long devised methods of accommodating visitors who annoy others.
The newly global mapping app shows destinations in their full urban context.
Has your office lost its collective mind about The Dress? Whip out this app and let color science stop the madness.
After all, not everyone takes an off-ramp the same way.
The mayor of Gary is determined to stop a tide of vacant, neglected buildings in her post-industrial city. Data-rich parcel mapping is the first step.
It's all about visibility: If one of the most famous monuments in the world can use sustainable energy, why can't everything else?