February 18, 2019

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U.S. gives $650 milion loan aid for biofuels from waste

The U.S. government gave four biofuel cos. loan guarantees of nearly $650 million to help build plants that will make motor fuels from...

French farmers turning to renewable energy

An increasing number of farmers will try to claim a share of France's renewable energy sector to help cope with farm price volatility...

EU bans disputed carbon offsets from May 2013

The European Commission will ban the most common type of carbon offsets, mostly from China and India, for use in its emissions trading...

Don't Underestimate The Impact of Natural Gas on Renewables

Whether natural gas is a serious foe or friend to renewable energy has been hotly debated. Fatih Birol, chief economist of the International...

EPA to approve ethanol gasoline for 2001-06 cars

U.S. regulators are expected to announce that a 50% increase of ethanol in gasoline is safe to use in vehicles built during the...

As China's Economy Grows, How Hard Should U.S. Push on Currency, Human Rights?

Continuing his U.S. visit, Chinese President Hu Jintao met with political and business leaders. Jeffrey Brown evaluates the final day of his visit.

Obama Taps GE's Immelt to Head Economic Adviser Panel

President Barack Obama will name Jeffrey Immelt, General Electric Co.'s chief executive officer, to head his outside panel of economic advisers.

When Risk-taking Becomes Too Costly: Naomi Klein on Climate Change

In this video, recorded at the 2010 TEDWomen, Naomi Klein argues our highest-stake gamble is the decision to not adequately respond to climate...

Inside Vestas's Plan to Create More Energy-Conscious Consumers

Wind-turbine manufacturer Vestas is launching a WindMade trustmark to compel shoppers to consider the energy behind their consumer goods. But will people adjust?

Volunteerism, Civic Involvement & the Tucson Shootings

Neatly encapsulating these sub-currents, one story stood out. Daniel Hernandez, a 20-year old student at the University of Arizona, is an intern in...



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