Drive technology has an electric future – of this research scientists are in no doubt. Scientists have developed an electric racing car with a novel solution for battery management and electronic sensor systems. Continue reading →
Kate Poole, Senior Attorney, San Francisco
Today, NRDC and several of our colleagues in the water agency, business and conservation world are proposing an alternative for analysis in the Bay Delta Conservation Planning process. Th… Continue reading →
There’s no doubt that the economy is the deciding factor for many voters. Americans are looking to presidential candidates for a fast remedy, but the reality will be far less immediate, according to economists. Continue reading →
Margaret Brown, Legal Fellow, Urban Program, New York
Last month, I had the amazing opportunity to go to the Prairie Festival at the Land Institute in Salina, Kansas. It was a tremendous event and after a full day of amazing speakers, I… Continue reading →
There’s no doubt that smartphone recycling can be profitable. A series of buyback services have sprung up over the last few years, exchanging old cell phone technology that would otherwise end up as e-waste for cold hard cash. Those devices are…
Peter Malik, Director, Center for Market Innovation, New York The last few days have seen enormous upheaval across the globe, from incredible volatility in stock markets worldwide to riots in the streets of London. There is no doubt that we are living … Continue reading →
For those wondering if efforts to bring a Las Vegas-style casino to the Catskills in New York is still in the cards, the answer is unfortunately “yes” – depending on what comes next.
By now, casino-watchers have learned that in Februa… Continue reading →
Rechargeable batteries are no doubt an investment. The upfront cost makes those $5 single-use batteries seem much more appealing.
But despite the price, The National Electrical Manufacturers Association has estimated that U.S. demand for rechargeables is growing twice as fast as demand for non-rechargeables.
Just how high is that demand? More than 350 million rechargeable batteries are [...] Continue reading →