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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...

Europe's New Wind Power Rivals Gas

The amount of power generated by new wind turbines in the European Union this year will be about the same as the amount...

How Archaic is US Education?

On the radio program Sound Off With Sasha, Nation writer and Stanford University professor Linda Darling-Hammond diagnoses the ills of the US education...

Windows that Work as Solar Cells

The biggest problem with solar panels is that they're expensive. Solar power is actually the most expensive type of renewable energy. But a...

Solar struggles in U.S. market

Solar power accounts for less than 1 percent of U.S. energy usage, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association, a trade group. And...

Global Warming Deniers and Their Proven Strategy of Doubt

As they did with smoking and acid rain, global warming skeptics have had one overriding goal: to sow doubt in the public's mind...

Verizon Accelerates Green Fleet with New CNGs and Hybrids

A series of recent investments will add more than 1,000 compressed natural gas and electric hybrids to Verizon's fleet. The telecommunications company will...

The Significance of Childhood Obesity in Communities of Color

House Education and Labor Committee Chairman George Miller (D-CA) stated, "The barriers that prevent children from accessing quality meals..."

BP disaster underscores government as the problem, not the solution

American government has gotten out of the way of corporate America and the country is paying a heavy price. Obama promised to make...

Opening the Information Gusher on the Gulf Oil Tragedy

The administration deserves praise for its efforts at transparency, but still more can and must be done.



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