Three huge, built-in wind turbines top the just-opened Strata Tower in London. Assuming all goes well, the skyscraper’s turbines will generate eight percent of
While America debates how to jump-start the “green revolution” touted by people like Thomas Friedman, individual entrepreneurs in other countries are making things happen.
Franklin Roosevelt gave us the New Deal; Lyndon Johnson gave us the Great Society, and Barack Obama gave us a stimulus package of more
On July 3, 2010, President Obama announced that the Department of Energy is awarding $2 billion in loan guarantees for two solar power projects,
Success in going green will require failures first, as it did in the development of information technology.
“The choice is not doing or communicating. It is doing and communicating” I wish these words were mine, but they belong to George Lakoff,
One of the challenges President Franklin Roosevelt faced in fashioning the New Deal was determining which sections of the nation were most in need
In a move that invites all manner of bad puns, Amtrak has begun testing the first train to operate solely on bio-diesel fuel. The
Nine European nations are banding together to make a $40 billion investment in a forward-thinking, super-grid to supply Europe’s future energy needs. The project
Thinking of buying a hybrid? Confused by the slick advertising claims and uncertain about which vehicle will deliver the goods? Help is on the