October 10, 2015

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Genetically Modified Salmon Close to FDA Approval

Is it safe? Heralding a major step in a new era of nutrition, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) appears ready to approve...

Strange bedfellows in Fox holes

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. - The biggest shareholder of News Corporation, the parent company of Fox News, is funding the so-called "Ground Zero Mosque," or...

When It Comes to Car Batteries, Moore's Law Does Not Compute

Breakthroughs in Lithium ion battery technology and electric cars will probably come from China.

Gulf Oil Blowout Preventer: Where Is It?

The Justice Department won't say if the blowout preventer that failed to stop oil from gushing from BP's undersea well into the Gulf...

Follow the Money

What happened to climate change and clean energy legislation in the U.S. Senate last month?

Soros to Donate $100 Million to Rights Group

$100 million to Human Rights Watch to expand the organization's work globally.

Social media and the future of CSR reporting

The past week has seen a flurry of activity in the CSR world, as commentators and websites react to a story in the...

Global Warming Causes Severe Storms

Research Meteorologists found that the temperature changes brought on by global warming are significant enough to cause an increase in the occurrence of...

Can Big Society Save the Planet, and Squash Big Government Too?

Over at Transition Culture, Jules Peck (a former adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron) has an interesting set of reflections on the Big...

Funding cut for Severn tide barrage

Hopes for a greener government will be dashed this month, according to an article published yesterday, as funding for the £20bn 10-mile tidal...



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