Facing dire threats to its food, water, and cities, China has become a surprising leader in climate change policy.
What Google’s moves reveal about clean tech trends
Google has shifted from investing in clean tech R&D to implementing projects that can be profitable right now.
Learn this word.
There are 758 words in the statement released Saturday by the UC Davis Chancellor. One of the words not included: sorry.
U.S. issues its first greenhouse gas permit
A natural gas plant in Llano County, Texas, received the first greenhouse gas permit issued by the EPA in the United States. Monitoring these emissions lays the groundwork for reducing carbon pollution.
“Make the planet notice”: a response to our latest podcast
I have a goal that’s different from many environmentalists. We should hope that in fifty years, people don’t think about the environment.
Do we need more than $20 trillion behind climate policy?
Top investors representing $20 trillion of assets continue to call for long-term climate policies. To put that number in perspective, the world’s GDP is $63 trillion.
The coming onslaught of electric cars?
Dominion Power is the latest company to start preparing for a potential onslaught of electric cars on American roadways.
Young fellows changing corporations across America
Nearly 100 young, dedicated fellows have helped find over $650 million in energy savings for companies, cities, and universities.
Poring over the just-released list of MacArthur “Genius” grant winners.
Thanks, Rick Perry?
According to pollsters, prominent climate skeptics like presidential candidate Rick Perry have caused more Americans to believe in global warming.