Co-authored by Noah Walker, Joint MBA/MEM Candidate at Yale University Americans are voting with their stock portfolios like never before. And they a...
Sadly, rather than applauding this type of innovation we're instead stranded in a political culture that seems hell bent on demonizing it. Certainly, the development of alternative energy technologies has seen its mistakes and miscalculations but what industry hasn't?
In short, Earth Day participants not only get alot done, they also demonstrate that human beings everywhere are driven by their faith, their conscience, their sense of duty, or by a moral imperative to save the planet. It is staggering to think about one billion people working together in a collective action.
The extraction of oil from tar sands may help to meet our global energy needs, but it's an unmitigated disaster for the planet. Science and technology are evidenced-based. Our faith in them is not.
We are living in anomalous times. Instead of being deep into the next Ice Age, we are experiencing an increasingly warmer planet.
What simple tool offers the entire world an extended energy supply, increased energy security, lower carbon emissions, cleaner air and extra time to mitigate climate change? Energy efficiency.
Are southern Arizonans and their elected officials supposed to trust Rosemont's promise when it has such an abysmal track record of deception and misrepresentation?
We are now in the early stages of the first global revolution: It is a values revolution that is saying, instead of having money values rule over the life cycle, we must have life values rule over the money cycle.
"We believe that carbon neutrality not only benefits the climate, the Copenhageners will gain a lot in terms of increased growth and life quality as well. Cleaner air, less noise and a greener city will give Copenhageners better daily lives and create more jobs."
There are many reasons why landscape architecture "has gained stature in the public's imagination," as Alan Brake, Executive Editor at The Architect's...
The GOP no longer seems to care about what the majority of Americans might think or want, including their own base.
Photo Credit: Steve Moore -CSUMB Sub piliot, Erika Bergman, leads divers below the decks. By Denise Tejada and Ike Sriskandarajah On a foggy night...
On the issue of global warming, we certainly don't have the luxury of time. What we do have, however, is an opportunity to move our economy forward and create new jobs by addressing the largest threat to our long-term prosperity.
As a historic storm hammers the east -- signaling the extremes promised by climate change -- maybe we should listen to the wind. Isn't it telling us to celebrate clean energy's potential and push it forward with new urgency?
In just its second year, SXSW Eco is a spinoff of Austin's legendary SXSW music/film/digital media extravaganza. Its Eco baby had a mere 2,000 attendees, which of course is huge for an enviro/sustainability conference. And what a time it was.
This is an important election for all Americans, but especially for those of us in the tech community since decisions we make in November will impact the state of American innovation both in the short-term and for years to come.