If you're undecided what movie to check out next, you could pick one based not on who's the star or what the story is, but on how clean the film is. No, I'm not talking about anything the MPAA has to say, but about a movie's carbon footprint. Carbon-neutral films have been making their way to theaters and video store shelves for a while now. Some are well known - like "An Inconvenient Truth," "The Day After Tomorrow" and "Syriana" – but the new independent movie "Sweet Land" is also carbon
Back in August, just before we got word of the Citroen C-Metisse concept car, I was electronically chatting with my friend Bryan about diesels and hybrids when he said, "makes me wonder why no one is marketing a diesel-electric hybrid to consumers yet." Think of the high mileage, the minimal emissions and of course the monsterous low-end torque. If or when an automaker mates the two power plants successfully, it could be pure automotive nirvana.