When you think of solar powerhouses, Seattle and Oslo do not exactly come to mind, what with their often-gray skies and location in the northern latitudes. But both have been a hotbed of green tech innovation. Now, two solar companies from those cities have created a joint venture.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu warned China was investing billions in renewables while our politicians fought over the stimulus. A Ernst & Young report confirmed Asia's ascendancy.
The site recognized, before much of the environmental movement did, that cities are hotbeds of innovation, leadership, and people who have internalized a sustainability ethic.
Beneath so much apparent agreement in Cancun lies the real truth -- some of its loudest delegates also those pushing for dirty coal.
The drawbacks seem to be (1) it looks a little heavy to carry around and (2) if I were a bike thief, I can't imagine a challenge more fun to take on than stealing a bike suspended 20 feet in the air in broad daylight.
Today, Greenpeace filed a lawsuit against Dow Chemical, Sasol North America (which owns CONDEA Vista), and PR firms Dezenhall Resources and Ketchum, for hiring private …
Senate food-safety bill S. 510 doesn't address the big underlying problem: the hazard that comes from huge, concentrated factory farms.
Unless Congress acts soon, renewable energy advocates will bid auld lang syne to a major federal cash grant program for big solar and wind projects.
Despite Texas' intense sunshine and sky-high air-conditioning bills, it has lagged behind when it comes to solar power. But that could be changing.