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NYMEX’s The Green Exchange Cuts Emissions Traders a Deal

Reuters reported good news for the carbon traders of the world today. For three months (beginning September 2nd), NYMEX’s The Green Exchange will…

“Once Upon a Job” – Nightly Business Report Series Explores Unemployment in the Current Economy

Oh, the good old days, when jobs were plentiful, stable, well-paying, and benefit-providing. The fact that those days are over is the lament…

EU: Ban on Harmful AC Chemicals in Autos Starts Now

The European Union has proved that it means business when it comes to banishing climate-damaging chemicals in cars. On Tuesday, the EU refused…

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Alternative Fuel Trade Alliance to Receive $1.6 Million Grant from DOE

Looks like “alternative fuel” may soon become more mainstream, if a recent grant by the Department of Energy has the intended effect. The…

U.S. Plans Subsidies for Energy Efficient Appliances

The US government is in the process of forming a new program designed to boost struggling home appliance manufacturers and retailers (and the…

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Seeks Global Warming Trial

A recent Los Angeles Times headline could easily appear in the News of the Weird: “U.S. Chamber of Commerce Seeks Trial on Global…

The National Climate Seminar – Preparing the Public for the UN Climate Change Conference

This December could be a make-or-break month in terms of, well, saving the world. “Decisions that we will make – or not make…

The U.S. Capitol’s New Energy Efficient Hat (Maybe)

If lighting is the jewelry of a piece of architecture, the U.S. Capitol may soon be dressing to impress – if Speaker of…

Australia Breaks its Own Record in Renewable Energy Goals

Australia’s Parliament passed a law Thursday that set the country’s renewable energy goals for the next 11 years: the country must draw 20…

Southern California Edison to Complete Big Solar Power Project

Southern California Edison signed a deal with Arizona’s First Solar, Inc., in which the companies will construct two solar power facilities (one near…