This week the government of Japan inked an agreement that will permit Japanese firms to earn carbon credits within the southeast Asian nation of Laos.
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Two new wind power reports from the US Department of Energy translate into good news for wind-friendly green branding, but growth in the US wind sector does not necessarily translate into shrinkage in the global fossil fuel market.
GM announces that the price of the 2014 Chevy Volt will drop by $5,000, creating new “green fleet” opportunities for vehicle fleet owners as well as individual buyers.
United Technologies’ Chief Sustainability Officer John Mandyck assesses the current state of affairs in global green building and lays out the economic returns to be realized from building efficiency investment.
Starting this summer, Maersk has ventured into “green shipping” as it seeks to reduce CO2 emissions as investors review firms’ environmental performance.
The uptake of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is beginning to transform the green building landscape. For Skanska, using BIM enables it to deliver cost effective, energy efficient buildings with lower carbon footprints. This article explores these business benefits and why, for Skanska, BIM is the future of low carbon construction.
Limitless power has long been a dream for mankind. But when it comes to technology, sometimes baby steps are needed before the giant leap. Israeli Sol Chip has made one such step with its rechargeable solar-powered battery.
SPECIAL SERIES: Introduction To Environmental Justice
It is time for mayors and real estate developers to talk about equitable development when discussing “smart growth.”
In a recent policy directive, entitled, “Toward a Sustainable Energy Future for All,” the mega-financial institution said that they would focus on the poor, offering financial solutions or guarantees, while helping “client countries realize affordable alternatives to coal power.”
Earlier this month, the decision of APS—Arizona’s largest electric utility—to propose two major changes to its net metering program, one which would do away with the program entirely, has become the latest lightning rod fueling the growing tension between utilities and solar PV.
Ford’s sales growth is proving that competitively priced, well-designed products that are more sustainable will outsell less-sustainable products. Ford’s line-up of fuel-efficient cars and trucks that deliver lower tail pipe emissions are selling at a record pace.
This campaign had all the items for success – cool, innovative product, hipster appeal, and tons of press. So why did the crowdfunding campaign tank?
President Obama announced his pledge on his recent African visit, to develop 10 GW of electricity in sub-Saharan Africa. The move would bring power to 20 million households and businesses for the first time. The development would be of the all-of-the-above variety including everything from oil and gas, to hydro, wind, geothermal and solar. Both on and off-grid would be included as well as transmission infrastructure. Initial investments will be in Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tanzania. Uganda and Mozambique will also receive assistance in developing their oil and gas reserves responsibly.