Here we are, getting all footsie under the table with new Liberal leader Stephane Dion, the new Great Green Hope, an environmentalist who can actually form a government, after a long intense relationship with Jack Layton and the NDP and a brief
We wish it were a professional wrestling bout; but, this post is about environmental theater, in which, like it or not, we are the audience. Act one: residents of the Long Island Sound NY area are asking the State's new Governor, Eliot Spitzer, to side
"All environmentalists have their favorite "green" energy source that they think will break our addiction to oil and slow down climate change. I've come out to Montana to see mine. It's called coal." So starts New York Times's Thomas L. Friedman,
We love wind, as do a lot of companies who are investing in wind farms around the world, but the New York Times writes that while every Kilowatt generated by wind replaces fossil fuel or nuclear, standby capacity has to be
This tale of green change may seem just a piggy-toe wiggle forward in the national scheme of things; but, we see this small local utility's contracting choice as a praiseworthy response to the coming climate trashing that will be caused by hundreds of
For generations, children have been threatened with coal in their stocking as punishment for being naughty—but giving kids, and all of us, coal fired power plants is a punishment that can last 40 years or more.
The Dallas Morning News of 13 December reports that "...prominent Dallas executives are rallying the business community to oppose TXU Corp.'s plan to build 11 coal- fired power plants...The Container Store chairman Garrett Boone, Consumer Club Inc.
Researchers at Max Planck are taking steps toward making fuel the way plants do, with photosynthesis…
California cities opt not to renew their coal power contracts and set out to find the alternatives…
Canada nearly doubled its wind power capacity in
Go into a World Market retails store, and you'll see a lot of handmade, natural looking goods for sale. Although the company doesn't place much emphasis on fairtrade or eco-effectiveness, they do have a small selection of furniture made from renewable