October 24, 2014

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Obama begins spill-to-bill pivot: BP oil disaster means we must end our dependence on fossil fuels

"And the only way to do that is by finally putting a price on carbon pollution."

McDonald's France gay ad Come As You Are

Will McDonald's run it in the USA?

Levy a Fee on Imported Oil for Clean Energy Investments

The Trade Expansion Act gives the president authority to levy a fee on imported oil if such imports threaten national security.

Reinventing Fire

Reinventing Fire will focus on opportunities in the next five years that can profitably jump-start the journey toward a fossil-fuel-free economy

Ranking Companies for Social Responsibility

Over the past two decades, however, shareholders have come to expect additional information on a firm’s social and environmental activities

Guest Post: A Social-Media Experiment Raises Big Money for Small Charity

Estrella Rosenberg didn't set out to raise money when she began experimenting with the social-networking site Foursquare in April

The Business of Rating Business

Is Coca Cola a more sustainable company than PepsiCo? Which company is greener, Dell or Hewlett Packard?

Undocumented immigrants offer U.S. a shot of optimism

New immigrant groups have always fueled growth via their unbridled faith in the American Dream.

Bring back the CCC

We need the jobs, we need the work to be done, we need the ethos of environmental conservation.

Green-energy blues - Economist

Surely America’s government cannot ignore the pressing need for new policies to promote its green-energy industries?




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