July 27, 2015

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EU sees solar power imported from Sahara in 5 yrs

EU backing construction of new electricity cables under the Mediterranean.

Driving the future

General Motors' new electric car billed as "revolutionary" for the motor industry. Brits take a test drive.

It’s Easy Being Green: Leave Only Footprints

Questionable chemicals used in manufacturing of outdoor products. Use recycled or durable equipment, or trade or rent.

U.S. scores dead last again in healthcare study

Americans spend twice as much on healthcare, but get lower quality, less efficiency and have least equitable system.

Dirty disposal of oil cleanup material

BP PLC's work to clean up the mess from the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history already has generated more than 1,300...

Fox News Owner Rupert Murdoch Says Media Should Be Used To Push For Legalizing Undocumented Immigrants

Murdoch and Bloomberg make the case that immigrants create, not take away, jobs for Americans.

The Full Potential of University Research

Early-stage capital has a significant impact on the new venture process at universities.

Translation Plus Two

In Every Language launches its Translation Plus Two program, in which we contract translators & interpreters from economically disadvantaged populations

In Battle to Save Forests, Activists Target Corporations

The image of rainforests being torn down by giant bulldozers, felled by chainsaw-wielding loggers, and torched by large-scale developers has never been more...

Solar's Strange Bedfellows

Not long ago, it would have been unthinkable for a big utility company to encourage homeowners to put solar panels on their roofs...



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