Less than seven months after the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico, spewing millions of gallons of oil into the Gulf, oil companies in the United States remain reluctant to enact reforms that could help prevent another environmental disaster.
China is emerging as the clear leader in the race for global dominance in the clean tech sector according to a report from the World Watch Institute (WWI).
BP’s report on the Gulf oil spill out yesterday ignited another round of the blame game and makes today the perfect time to consider how the stock markets have treated the companies involved -- and their competitors -- since April 2
It has definitely been a wild week, one filled with hustle and bustle in the renewable energy arena. Surely, the most notable event this was Tesla Motor's successful move on to the stock market.
So, weekly trekkers I hope your ready to go, today's ride is an action-packed one. Strap on your helmets because...
EDITOR'S UDPATE (Tues. June 29th): You can now try your hand at stopping the Gulf oil leak by playing XBox's new Crisis in the Gulf video game.
The GOP is up in arms because they believe that President Obama and the Democrat-controlled Congress are politicizing the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in an effort to pass climate change legislation through the Senate.
Don’t hold your breath, but there is a possibility that the G20 summit in Toronto next week will take action to reduce government subsidization of the fossil fuel industry and to level the playing field for clean and renewable fuels.