October 31, 2014

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How fast oil is leaking into the Gulf

The Carbon Quilt software is one of the cleverest online tools to tackle CO2 visualisation we've seen so far

The Three Faces of Work-Family Conflict

How the Poor, the Professionals, and the Missing Middle Cope with Work-Life Balance

Eliminating Tax Subsidies for Oil Companies

Cutting these special tax deductions, preferences, and credits would save the government about $45 billion over the next 10 years.

Eyeing the Difficult Path To a Sustainable Future

David Orr - hard part of helping US live within its ecological limits is changing a culture of consumption that causes extensive environmental...

New MBA Buzz: Corporate Social Responsibility

Garth Saloner, dean of Stanford Graduate School of Business, talks with WSJ's Diana Middleton about the growing focus on corporate social responsibility in...

NEC Joins Cleantech Gold Rush with Billion-Dollar Push

NEC Corporation, Japan's largest PC manufacturer, today became the latest IT firm to announce that it is to push into the burgeoning clean...

Boats recalled in oil cleanup after crew members fall ill

More than 100 commercial vessels have been pulled from the waters off Louisiana after nine people involved in oil cleanup operations reported feeling...

BP's 'Top Kill' Attempt (VIDEO)

Mud, not oil, appears to gush from Gulf well - Gulf oil spill on msnbc.com.

Thomson Reuters buys carbon data firm Point Carbon

Thomson Reuters cited estimates that the global carbon market could grow to $3trn by 2020, from $128bn currently

Women’s Role in the Clean Energy Economy

Women Will Be Critical Workers and Innovators of the Future




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