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AddAAA says Tesla Model S is the best green car available

AAA has released its 2014 Green Car Guide (PDF), a 140-page document that discusses what it means to be green, how to be a greener driver, how to shop for green cars, what choices are available and what green cars are on the horizon. Most importantly, the guide evaluates and ranks 83 different green vehicles, from high-mileage gasoline vehicles to battery electric cars, and everything in between. This year's king of green vehicles, according to AAA, is the Tesla Model S.

AddHonda Accord Hybrid and PHEV win 2014 Green Car of the Year

There was never a chance for a pure electric vehicle to win the 2014 Green Car of the Year – that's because the editors of didn't nominate one. Out of the five-car list of finalists, the many variants of the Honda Accord drove away with the win at the LA Auto Show.

AddSeptember 2013: Prius Sales Drop Proves To Be Bellwether Edition

Could the loss of Labor Day make that big of a difference in green-car sales? That's what some folks will likely be asking now that we know that September sales of hybrids, plug-in hybrids, battery-electric vehicles and diesels came in below 2012 figures.

AddTesla Model S wins 2013 World Green Car of the Year

The automotive journalist judges behind the World Green Car of the Year apparently with the overwhelming majority of AutoblogGreen readers, as they've just named the Tesla Model S their winner. We don't yet know what the official ballots were, but our informal poll had the Tesla beating the other two finalists – the all-electric Renault Zoe and the Volvo V60 plug-in hybrid – with over 82 percent of the vote.

362011 Chevy Volt wins Green Car of the Year title in LA

Joel Ewanick, VP, U.S. Marketing for General Motors, and the Chevy Volt with the Green Car of the Year Award

AddLA 2010: Chevy Volt wins 2011 Green Car of the Year title

Joel Ewanick, VP, U.S. Marketing for General Motors, and the Chevy Volt with the Green Car of the Year Award

AddWhat's The Greenest Vehicle On The Road?

Environmentalists have flocked to the Toyota Prius and other hybrids with the intention of "doing their part" to combat global warming by reducing their carbon footprint. But according to the its "Dust to Dust" study, CNW Marketing Research insists that hybrids aren't the most energy-efficient vehicles on the road, not by a long shot.

32UCS: Honda remains Greenest Automaker, Chrysler named Most Polluting

In 2009, Business Car claimed that Toyota was still the world's greenest automaker. That same year, the folks at Dow Jones named BMW the greenest automaker for the fifth time in a row. Apparently, an organization's methodology has a lot to do with automakers winning titles like this over and over, since the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) has just bestowed the Greenest Automaker Award on Honda, again for the fifth time in a row (the last time the award was given was in 2007).

16Going to Pot: Motive to unveil cannabis-composite Kestrel [w/video]

Motive Industries talks about its cannabis-bodied car – Click above to watch a video after the jump

65First Drive: 2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid looks to split the uprights

2011 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddToyota iQ wins UK Green Car award

2011 Scion iQ – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddTen green cars to remember from the last 100 years

Today is the very last day of the year. And guess what? This is the very last post you'll see on AutoblogGreen in 2009. Fret not, green car aficionados, there will be fresh new material to keep us all interested in 2010, but let's take a minute to look back. Not just on the last decade, but on the entire last century.

AddSURVEY SAYS: 88% of Americans believe hybrid leadership is crucial to U.S. - Do you?

We Americans want hybrid leadership. We want to reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Trouble is, most of us aren't willing to pay for it. Johnson Controls surveyed 2,309 adults on all matters hybrid, and it found that 84% of Americans believe the government should support the advancement of hybrid technology and fully 88% believe hybrid leadership is crucial to America's future. But the devil is in the details, and few things bring out the worst in people more than money.

96STUDY: 88% of Americans believe hybrid leadership is crucial to U.S. - Do you? [w/POLL]

We Americans want hybrid leadership. We want to reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Trouble is, most of us aren't willing to pay for it. Johnson Controls surveyed 2309 adults on all matters hybrid, and it found that 84% of Americans believe the government should support the advancement of hybrid technology and fully 88% believe hybrid leadership is crucial to America's future. But the devil is in the details, and few things bring out the worst in people more than money.

27NADA picks America's top five cleanest conventional gas autos

With Earth Day coming up on April 22nd, it's inevitable that automotive conversations will take on a green tinge. While hybrids are an obvious hot topic, it's not the only way to tread lightly on Mother Nature. NADAGuides.com have named what they think are the top five cleanest conventional vehicles, basing the scores on a combination of greenhouse gas emissions, pollution levels and fuel economy. Surprisingly or not, the list is primarily comprised of domestic vehicles. The press release is pos

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