July 25, 2016

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Tech's New Wave

Silicon Valley's jobs have begun spreading to emerging sectors such as clean tech.

Momentum Growing for 'No' on Prop 23

Polls show momentum is growing for the No on Prop 23 campaign, which seeks to defeat a November 2nd ballot initiative — sponsored...

They Fetch, They Roll Over, They Aid Tumor Research

An operation commonly performed to remove brain tumors from the pituitary glands of humans is now available to dogs, thanks to a collaboration...

Big Polluters' Big Ad Spending

Big Oil and allies have spend more than $68.5 million on anti-clean energy ads.

Top Companies Aid Chamber of Commerce in Policy Fights

Chamber relies on small collection of big corporate donors to finance much of its Washington agenda.

'Conflict' diamonds grabbing headlines again

Jewelers have never strayed from discussions about the Kimberley Process (KP) or conflict diamonds, but consumers are getting a refresher course in these...

TED Talks: The art of the eco-mindshift

Natalie Jeremijenko talks about the art of the eco-mindshift by using tadpoles and mice as examples.

Boise Paper Sustainability Summit

“Our customers are the lifeblood of our business, so we want to help them advance their own sustainability initiatives,” said Boise President and...

Two European banks refuse to deal with Zimbabwe

Antwerp Diamond Bank (ADB) and ABN Amro won't conduct any diamond transactions with Zimbabwe, various news agencies reported from a diamond conference here.

A Debate Challenge for Billionaire Charles Koch

A senior at Cal State in Los Angeles who belongs to a student group on clean energy challenges Koch, chief executive of Koch...



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