May 29, 2015

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Making Money on Oil Disasters

Will BP Take Responsibility, or Squeeze this Disaster for Profits?

DIY Electric Car Breaks World Record Going 624 Miles on One Charge

An electric car went 623.76 miles (1,003 kilometers) on one charge, and on top of that it was a conversion done by the...

BP CEO: 'We have let people down' - Gulf oil spill

BP's chief executive said Wednesday that he will decide shortly whether to proceed with the tricky "top kill" procedure on the Gulf oil...

Toward Sustainable Travel: Breaking the Flying Addiction

How to reduce or eliminate an activity that has become as reflexive as hopping in the car?

Green.view: A Canadian compromise

The economy of Influence: How Harry Potter and Victoria’s Secret helped to save a lot of trees.

Black is the New Green -- or Should Be.

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon Affluent African Americans are a huge new business opportunity for American marketers, but growing prosperity among all...

What Does “Green” Mean to You?

What does “green” mean to you? The word “green” in the environmental context has no single definition. No wonder why "green" creates debate!...

How Chocolate Baby Formula Highlights the Need for a Food Revolution

Have you noticed? A food revolution has begun -- with the goal of making our food and agriculture systems better for us, better...

Major Parts of the Financial Regulation Overhaul

The Senate on Thursday approved a far-reaching financial regulatory bill, 59 to 39

8 Shocking Things I Witnessed While Covering the Gulf Spill

More likely a result of BP's use of chemical dispersants than the oil itself, the cause of the fish's death ashore remains unconfirmed




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