Intel's Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President and Cief Sales and marketing Officer for Intel Corporation, gave the closing keynote at the Clean Tech Forum. Pulling from a famous quote, he says this really is the best of times and the
The Cleantech Group's Co-Founder and Executive Chairman started off the forum by providing a keynote speech that discussed what he sees as the major challenges we have to overcome, as well as how the economic stimulus package effects clean technology.
We're All Living in Internet Time Now
Things sure move fast these days. If we look at the environment, it wasn't so long ago that in the U.S. green wasn't on the mainstream's radar and opinions on global warming were extremely polarized. Then in the
It's been a good fight, but Donald Trumped in the end. He was proposing to build a billion pound golf course on the Scottish coastline. Smack dab in the middle of an unspoilt natural habitat, if you listen to those pesty
With the current instability in financial markets, negative jobs reports and general disarray in the marketplace, your mission now is bigger than just saving the environment. You need to get a job with great pay and inject some life
The Independent on Sunday has come out with its list of the top 100 environmentalists in the UK. It is a quirky list--many of the names are little known to people in Britain, let alone the rest of the world. They have been chosen for the impact they
Schumacher College in the UK is known to many as an environmental science college, but recently the institution has seen the potential of opening a channel of communication with big business. Forging connections between the business world and the
Gas Sippers Holding Their Value
It is common knowledge these days that fuel efficient vehicles are selling well (SUV and truck factories are retooling) and holding their value better than gas guzzlers, but it's still surprising to see to what extent.
In Connecticut, "low and moderate income" ($ 121,650 is moderate? Wow.) wage earners can get subsidies so that they can install complete solar photovoltaic systems with no money down. You still have to make payments on the system, but then again you
Living Green Can Mean Living Frugal
While TreeHugger has from time-to-time received flack for featuring high-end eco furniture and ludicrously expensive green cars, we do also try to get across that living green does not have to mean spending big bucks.
We've already seen from the Fast Money team's hilarious response to Matt Simmons' sensible advice, that the twin threats of peak oil and climate change have the potential to turn conventional financial wisdom on its head. And while Lloyd's