April 19, 2015

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$100K for Winning Startup that Cracks the 'Water-Energy Nexus'

Months after crowning a startup company that helps wineries user less water, the nonprofit Imagine H20 is laying the foundation for its second...

The Teachers’ Unions’ Last Stand

How Obama's Race to the Top could revolutionize public education. NYT

Hurricane vs. Oil Slick

What would happen if a tropical storm hit the oil floating in the Gulf? BP claims to be capturing 5,000 barrels of oil...

Canada's Oil Sands Drilling a 'Slow-Motion' Gulf Spill

Out of the frying pan and into the fire? Offshore oil drilling, meet Canada's oil sands. Proponents of this vast alternative oil source...

Immigration in America

While immigration has contributed much growth and cultural change to American, much controversy has also come with it

BP executive defends his company's response to Gulf oil spill

A BP executive defended his company's attempts to stop a massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico on Monday amid growing frustration...

Ford to Streamline Supply Chain Emissions, Energy Use

Ford Motor Company is asking for energy use and greenhouse gas emissions data from 35 of its top global suppliers to better understand...

Despite Moratorium, Drilling Projects Move Ahead

Critics say the moratorium has been violated or too narrowly defined to prevent another disaster.

Nature Conservancy faces potential backlash from ties with BP

The giant oil company and the world's largest environmental organization long ago forged a relationship that has lent BP an Earth-friendly image.”

Greening Pepsi, from Fertilizer to Bottles

But Pepsi, like other leaders, is approaching sustainability more holistically, with much greater impact.



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