Here's a sampling of recent green-tech news:
With a lot of money going into start-ups, investors are eyeing stock market offerings closely.
Climos wants to "seed" the ocean with iron to stimulate plankton growth, some of which will die and sink, thereby sequestering carbon dioxide.
The solar thermal system will cut its gas use down by a third. I can confirm that Fenway recycles, too.
A twist on a classic science fair project: using acidic fruit to get a flow of current, enough to power these low-power chips from TI.
Serious Materials looks to expand into other green building materials.
Methane from cows is a potent greenhouse gas and a serious issue for countries that grow a lot of cattle. Carbon offset provider TerraPass does methane capture projects.