With plug-in electric vehicles just starting to gain traction in the U.S., hydrogen threatens to upend the market for zero-emissions cars and trucks.
Autonomous cars could benefit the elderly, ease commuter hardships and even, paradoxically, reduce dependence on cars. Alternately, they could simply enhance the preferences of both urban and suburban dwellers.
New reports shows 50 of the largest cities in the U.S. have high school graduation rates lower than 50 percent. Philadelphia City Council rethinks urban planning strategy. David & Joyce Dinkins Gardens, built in Harlem, features green standards and Next American City chosen as one of the panelists to grill big oil companies at new congressional hearing? Today’s headlines.