Kelly Henderson, Climate Center Program Assistant, Washington, D.C.
I think it is safe to say that the U.S. Coal Industry is becoming increasingly unpopular amongst those who are ready for a clean, energy- efficient economy. But even af… Continue reading →
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection is considering a landfill ban on all food waste from businesses like hotels, restaurants and more. About 1.5 million tons of organic food waste is disposed of in Massachusetts each year, but only about 100,000 tons is properly composted, according to the state’s DEP. The new goal is to [...] Continue reading →
Rebecca Stanfield, Senior Energy Advocate, Chicago
Perhaps you haven’t spent much time thinking about your local electric utility’s business model. Admittedly, it doesn’t come up much in casual conversation. … Continue reading →
Energy efficiency experts agree that “The Climate for Efficiency is Now,” which was echoed during the discussions at last week’s large gathering of global energy efficiency professionals in Asilomar, California. Several presente… Continue reading →