LED light-bulbs are on the cusp of going entirely mainstream. With every passing year, their energy-efficiency, light quality, and total lumens output is going up, while their cost keeps falling. Continue reading →
A unique nationwide patient safety project reduced by 40 percent the rate of central line-associated bloodstream infections in intensive care units. The project used the CUSP toolkit. Continue reading →
Henry Henderson, Director, Midwest Program NRDC, Chicago, Illinois Today is the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. To commemorate the disaster, and draw attention to the fact that the disaster continues to unfold for those living … Continue reading →
As 78 million baby boomers draw closer to their 60s and 70s around the country, it won’t be only social security or the U.S. health system feeling the strain. This increasingly mature generation will also put at risk another fundamental of Americ… Continue reading →
An article in the San Francisco Chronicle today shows that the idea of federal tax credits to pay buyers to purchase new homes still has some traction, even though most experts quoted in the article agree that this would be ineffective.
But no one seem… Continue reading →