July 07, 2015

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The Spill, The Scandal and the President

On May 27th, more than a month into the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history, Barack Obama strode to the podium in the...

LIVE COVERAGE: President Obama's statement following oil exec meeting

President Obama delivers a speech from the White House Rose Garden.

Self-Watering Container Made Out of a Soda Bottle

This self-watering container is made out of a soda bottle, an old t-shirt (or cotton string) and some newspaper. That’s it

Feds: BP OKs $20 billion escrow fund for spill

BP will set up a $20 billion escrow fund to pay claims for damages following the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, administration officials...

Georgia Kindergarteners Are Going Green With Idbids

Helping to take care of the Earth now rests in some of the littlest hands in Georgia. Atlanta area kindergarteners are learning how...

The talking points are better than the speech

Key talking points the White House sent around with the speech.

10 Things to Know About PC Power Management

When it comes to fast ways to make a big dent in both your greenhouse gas emissions as well as your energy bill,...

Obama’s Oil Reform Opportunity

Setting America on the Road to Recovery from the BP Disaster. CAP

Shaping the Future with Corporate Philanthropy

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Image: Margaret Coady, Director of CECP, addresses attendees at the 2010 Corporate Philanthropy Summit, themed "Shaping the...

As Wyoming Goes, So Goes the Nation?

Wyoming Commission Votes to Disclose Fracking Chemicals. "One look at the Gulf of Mexico is proof that things don't always turn out the...




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