Max Baumhefner, Sustainable Energy Fellow, San Francisco
New research conducted by UC Berkeley economists and the California Electric Transportation Coalition shows that fueling California’s cars and trucks with electricity instea… Continue reading →
This summer, the U.S. government has become a global leader in electronic waste (e-waste) recycling. In July, the federal government – the largest consumer of electronic devices in the United States – stopped doing business with vendors who use dispose computers purchased with government money in landfills at the end of their lifecycle. The implementation [...] Continue reading →
Last week, Alabama governor Bob Riley issued an executive order creating a Coastal Recovery Commission for his state. The Commission’s task is “to shape, in the wake of BP’s Deep Water Horizon oil spill, a roadmap to resilience … Continue reading →
Diana Nyad – a world class swimmer – is about to attempt an amazing and historic feat. She’s going to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys. And she’s going to do it at the age of 61.
This trip will take hours of constant swimming while facing inten… Continue reading →