The U.S. state of Florida has sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for enacting stricter water standards on the state after an agreement between the two had been reached several years ago.
Fulfilling part of the Obama Administration's early commitment to create the first national high speed rail system, U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced a US$2.4 billion investment in 54 high speed rail projects in 23 states.
Homebuyers in Florida now have an energy efficient and environmentally conscious option from a trusted homebuilder.
A paper on rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity and market penetration in the U.S., written by three National Renewable Energy Laboratory colleagues (Easan Drury, Paul Denholm and Robert Margolis), shows that fully 1 gigawatt (GW) of the world’s 15 gigawatts of solar PV was installed in the U.S. alone by December of 2009.
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.
BP has announced it will use all of the net revenues it earns from selling oil it skims from the ocean's surface or collects from the siphon placed on the busted pipe at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico towards a wildlife fund.
Well the news coming from the Gulf of Mexico continues to become more alarming; the images more shocking; and the calls for a solution increasing to a fever pitch.
Today oil reached the beaches of Pensacola, Florida, and scientists estimate it could flow all the way up the coast to North Carolina before pooling out into the middle of the Atlantic ocean.