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  • Move over coal. Here comes torrefied wood, a viable and clean replacement.

  • Q&A with Vivek Chattopadhyaya, program manager for the Clean Air and Sustainable Mobility Program at the Centre for Science and Environment in New Delhi.

  • Analysis shows that smarter programming of stoplights could improve efficiency of urban traffic.

  • Cutting-edge carbon capture technologies seek to help in the fight against global climate change.

  • Shayak Sengupta, a Fulbright-Nehru Student Research Fellow, is conducting research on the cost, feasibility and effectiveness of air pollution control technologies in coal-fired power stations in India.

  • Anaerobic digestor to convert food waste into renewable energy.

  • An Idaho-based startup is paving the way to the future, with an innovative design for roads made from solar panels.

  • Stanford University scientists have made a potentially game-changing energy breakthrough, creating a cheap way to efficiently extract clean-burning hydrogen fuel directly from water.

  • Unsure about biotechnology? There’s a lot of misinformation out there. Although biotech can improve people’s lives, it can be hard to get the facts. Here are five to consider.

  • Use these resources to learn best practices for food storage and get answers to questions about specific products.

  • What if every month you got a report on how your electricity use compared to that of your neighbors and personalized tips on how to save money based on your usage pattern? A new software is making this possible.

  • Wearables—wristbands, watches, clothing, or in some cases, pollution masks with built-in wireless sensors—may be part of the solution to issues related to health and the environment.

  • India invested $7.4 billion in clean energy last year—and the U.S. saw a business opportunity. The two countries have joined forces to support clean energy projects to improve air quality and create jobs.

  • Sarvajal purifies and dispenses water in remote villages.