In an effort to have New Jersey reinstated to the nation's only cap-and-trade system, two environmental groups, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Environment New Jersey have filed a law suit against the state's Department of Environmental Protection.
If you are a business or municipality wanting to cut operating costs by improving the energy efficiency of your operations, who you gonna call? There are a gazillion products and technologies that will do this or that, but it would take a lifetime to assess all the possibilities.
If you are in the United Kingdom, you are likely to call Eaga plc (LON: EAGA.L), the energy efficiency solutions company whose 11.23 percent share price increase led the EnergyBoom Clean 100 Index (E•B Clean 100) last week.
Last week, Michael Norton’s January 4th article for the Provincetown Banner, Eight More Cape Winds? questioned the efficacy of Massachusetts partnering with research institutions and offshore wind energy experts to reduce the cost of offshore wind by 40 percent by 2020 and 60 percent by 2030.
New research produced by scientists at the University of Calgary and Environment Canada's climate centre at the University of Victoria shows that even if the world stops emitting carbon dioxide right now, it will still be subjected to cataclysmic climate change.
As the latest United Nations (UN) climate summit appears on the horizon, the UN has released a report that says current emissions pledges will not prevent temperatures from rising this century. Meanwhile, China has acknowledged it is the world's largest emitter, but refuses to halt emissions at the expense of its economy.
A new report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance shows that fossil fuels garner over 10 times the subsidies renewable energy does.
The impact of the largest oil spill in American history has not generated the unified calls for changes to the energy industry and new action to tackle environmental degradation and global warming that one would expect.