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Archives: July 2008

Google maps debuts walking directions

Posted by: Adam Aston on July 24

What does it say about car-centric US culture that, for all the eye-popping progress Google, MSN, and others have made with online maps, it's taken me till now to find...

Five iPhone apps to help save gas

Posted by: Adam Aston on July 18

Some of my earliest automotive memories of are sitting in the passenger seat next to my dad, scrutinizing the spiral notebook that he always kept in the glove compartment of...

New York City locks in its hybrids

Posted by: Adam Aston on July 16

Last year, when gasoline was in the then unheard of range of $3 per gallon, the city of New York had the good sense to mandate that it's taxi fleet...

Bloom, The Wacky Flower Pocked CO2 Game

Posted by: Heather Green on July 14

Looking for novel ways to figure out how to cut down the CO2 in your life? Like playing on computers? Want to collect wacky looking digital flowers? New from the...

Green Goods: Radio Stations Ditching CDs

Posted by: Heather Green on July 14

I am taking Adam up on his idea of highlighting green goods. Last week, when I was trying to figure out what to do for our tech show, Digital Dish,...

Velib', Great, but Apparently Expensive

Posted by: Heather Green on July 02

After I got back from Paris, I couldn't stop talking about how much I LOVE Velib', the low-cost municipal bike system in Paris. (I see Fred Wilson also has fallen...

Green goods: Cycle safer with self-powered blinky pedals

Posted by: Adam Aston on July 01

Today, I'm starting a new feature here: a regular look at green products and services that pass through my radar. Some, like this will be recommendations for good, innovative...


BusinessWeek correspondents John Carey and Mark Scott, cover the green scene, keeping on top of the business aspects of energy, the environment and climate change, as well as the technologies, policies, markets and people that are shaping how the earth's resources will be used in the century ahead.

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