Global Climate Revenues Fall 5 Percent in 2011
Global climate revenues fell 5 percent in 2011 to $539 billion from an all-time high the previous year, mainly...0
Is There Enough Wind to Power Global Energy Demand?
There is enough energy available in winds to meet all of the world’s demand. Atmospheric turbines that convert steadier...
Poll: Company Profits Unaffected by Climate Change Laws
Almost 50 percent of global investors in a survey said government efforts to combat climate change will have little...
Obama and Romney on Climate Change Science
With the race to the White House heating up, it raises the question: where do the presidential candidates stand...
The Power of Spinach
Spinach power has just gotten a big boost. An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Vanderbilt University have developed a...
Nuclear-Powered LEDs Could Provide Food for Future Space Colonies
With the successful landing and deployment of the Mars Curiosity Rover, humanity has been treated to a sneak peek...
Mitt Romney’s Energy Plan Is Marinated in Crazy Sauce
Ugh. That’s about the only audible response that I could muster after reading through Mitt Romney’s energy plan, which...
Arctic Ice Melt Ups Fears, Opens New Shipping Lanes
The Arctic Ocean’s ice cover is shrinking at a record pace this year after higher-than-average temperatures hastened the annual...
What Do Deformed Butterflies Mean for Humans in Fukushima?
How vulnerable are species — including humans — to radiation? This is a crucial question facing people around the...