So, what does "green" mean to the attendees of OpenWorld? Watch the video to see where it fits into the lives of IT and other technology professionals, and catch up with our OpenWorld coverage here. ::YouTube and
For those who prefer moving pictures and sound to reading and imagination, here's a video tour of Dell's booth here at OpenWorld, conducted by Sean Donahue, whom we just interviewed, along with a tasty tidbit from The Conservation Fund's Jenna
This week, TreeHugger is blogging from Oracle OpenWorld, an annual information technology conference in San Francisco. We'll be reporting on some of the green innovations and new technology highlighted at the show on Dell's blog, Direct2Dell, as well as
Yesterday, we noted that it's Green Week at NBC; the technophiles at SciFi Tech are celebrating with a Green Week of their own. Their daily posts are celebrating green gadgets galore and future-looking technologies with spotlights on corn starch
Pop!Tech, the annual technology and culture conference, is coming back to Camden, Maine starting on Thursday. Running through Saturday, it brings together a community of remarkable people to continue an ongoing conversation about science, technology and
We don't agree with the popular American outlook about climate change and peak oil-" don't worry, technology will save us", but sometimes technologies can make a real difference. Margaret Atwood didn't invent the LongPen to save carbon; she was
My dad once had a talking Chrysler that would say "a door is ajar" or "fuel is low". When asked why he would buy a car that nags him, he replied "it makes me feel at home." Some may feel that way about the new shopping cart being floated by Electronic
As proud media sponsors of the AMD Open Architecture Challenge TreeHugger is dedicated to keeping you guys up to date with what's going on with this ground breaking design competition. First of all we want to introduce you to all three community
Bridges are dangerous in cold climates; because they cool more quickly than regular roads, ice can form when the rest of the road seems safe. More de-icing chemicals are used, which can cause the bridge to deteriorate.
These are the depths to which we will go for oil: 30,000 feet. Grist's Amanda Griscom Little describes the process: First drop that drill through two miles of water, then through 20,000 feet of rock and sediment to find that layer of oil. Finding it
Biomimicry is nothing new to many TreeHuggers, as witnessed by our pick of biomimetic designs here. Or howabout our posts on scientist mimicing the elastic properties of fleas' knees, . For those of you not familiar with the term, it is essentially
"Why is it prohibited? asked the savage....The controller shrugged his shoulders. "Because it is old, that's the chief reason. We haven't any use for old things here."
"Even when they are beautiful?"
"Particularly when they are beautiful. Beauty's
Last week AMD and Open Architecture Network announced their forthcoming collaboration in the form of an international design competition. The AMD Open Architecture Challenge invites architects and designers from all over the world to find ways of
We Treehuggers know there's something big going down. Every week there's more and more clean technology news and we're happy to report it. Bigger wind farms, better solar panels, alternative fuels, and ultra efficient architecture are all part
When looking for signs of the end of the world as we know it, one indicator might be the proliferation of useless devices that consume resources and energy for no apparent purpose. Perhaps the most egregious is this automatic paper towel dispenser: