Researchers have developed a ground-breaking way to make new affordable and efficient catalysts for converting electricity into chemical energy. Their technology opens the door to homeowners and energy companies being able to easily store and reuse sol… Continue reading →
Monty Schmitt, Senior Scientist, San Joaquin River Project Manager, San Francisco At a time when management of the Colorado River Basin water supply is facing unprecedented challenges due to over allocation and climate change, energy companies are prop… Continue reading →
Greenlaw from NRDC China, NRDC China Program, Beijing NRDC has been working in China for fifteen years on such issues as climate, energy efficiency, green buildings, clean energy, governance and law, health, and green supply chain issues. This China En… Continue reading →
Nathanael Greene, Director of Renewable Energy Policy, New York City Today NRDC, Friends of the Earth, The Wilderness Society and a host of other groups listed below are participating in a social media push to draw attention to the risks of biomass ene… Continue reading →
Peter Lehner, Executive Director, New York City One year after the largest peacetime oil spill in history, I am struck by how little our nation has done to reduce our oil dependence. The BP disaster killed 11 men. It oiled more than 1,000 miles of coas… Continue reading →
Spurred by recent events, Chile’s new Minister of Energy, Laurence Golborne, recently made two very significant steps towards putting Chile on the path to being a leader in clean and sustainable energy. Last week, he announced that one of h… Continue reading →
Over the weekend, crews finally succeeded in plugging BP’s blown-out oil well once and for all. Workers pumped mud and cement through the newly secured relief well and finally sealed this disastrous wound in the ocean floor for good.
As we … Continue reading →