March 27, 2015

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Obama: We're Going to Make Sure 'BP Pays for the Damage It Has Done'

As a congressional committee chided the heads of the nation's five largest oil companies in Washington, President Obama assured the people of the...

Punishing BP Is Harder Than Boycotting Stations

With each day that oil fouls the Gulf of Mexico, more drivers are weighing a choice at intersections across the United States: if...

BP Phone Operator: Calls to BP Are Pointless

An anonymous operator from a BP call center in Houston tells a local TV station, KHOU, that the thousands of calls coming in...

Your toilet paper and the recovery

Sales of consumer staples tell us a lot about consumers' bottom lines. And these days, with Americans paying extra for quality tissue, a...

Mayors Endorse 'Green' Construction Code, Natural-Gas Vehicles

The U.S. Conference of Mayors is backing a mandatory "green" construction code that would slash the negative effects of commercial buildings on the...

LIVE COVERAGE: Oil Executives Grilled On Capitol Hill

Executives from five major oil companies, including the chairman of BP America, testify before a House panel.

This Is What the End of the Oil Age Looks Like

Following the latest efforts to plug the gushing leak from BP's Deepwater Horizon oil well in the Gulf of Mexico, and amid warnings...

Ethical Consumer Asks: Who Makes Ethical Outdoor Gear?

Ethical Consumer is a British not-for-profit co-operative, who are, in their own words, "dedicated to the promotion of universal human rights, environmental..."

How Johnson Controls Powers Its Way through the Cleantech Revolution

It's just another one of your typical entrepreneurial stories. A 36-year-old professor sits at home vexed by a common problem. His wife complains...

2009's 'Great Recession' Slashed Carbon Market in Half

The value of the voluntary carbon market shrunk 47 percent to $387 million in 2009 as the recession shrank the amount of offsets...




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