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What does Elon Musk have against hydrogen?

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 27, 2015

Toyota is rolling out the Mirai, a hydrogen-powered, fuel-cell automobile that takes five minutes to recharge, comes with three years of free gas and emits only water vapor. EV pioneer Elon Musk called the technology "incredibly dumb," but Toyota execs brushed off the Tesla chief's criticism. "If I was in a position where I had all my eggs in one basket, I would perhaps be making those same comments," said Toyota Senior Vice President Bob Carter. Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The (02/25)


A bird's-eye view of Big Solar

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 26, 2015

LED bulbs help Japan recover from Fukushima disaster

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 26, 2015

What will Europe do when the sun goes dark?

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Mar 02, 2015

Researchers spot the greenhouse effect in action

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 26, 2015

What McDonald's sustainability chief learned from Bob Dylan

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Mar 02, 2015

Antarctic thaw is bad news for world's coastal cities, scientists say

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Mar 04, 2015

Wal-Mart aims to show the power of an eco-label

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 26, 2015

Forget snakeskin and start wearing salmon, designers say

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Feb 27, 2015

How to build a happier planet

SmartBrief on Sustainability | Mar 04, 2015


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