At 0:49 , he lays out how big a problem we're facing with climate change.
Still happy on hydrogen A COUPLE of dozen electric cars with fuel cells under the bonnet (in place of the more usual flat-pack of batteries beneath the floor) have been zipping around your correspondent’s neighbourhood for the past few years. Most are FCX Clarity models from Honda, all in the same rich crimson colour.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -- PepsiCo Inc. will spell out that its Aquafina bottled water is made with tap water, a concession to the growing environmental and political opposition to the bottled water industry.
Chicago’s State Line Power Station is shutting down.
States Are Passing E-Waste Legislation So far, 25 states have passed legislation mandating statewide e-waste recycling.
Chicago’s State Line Power Station is shutting down. Photo: contemplative imaging Everything is about jobs in D.C. these days, at least rhetorically. The latest line of attack from the dirty-energy caucus has been that “54,000 direct jobs” will be lost if, as expected, new EPA regulations lead to the shuttering of around 20 percent of the U.S. coal-power fleet.
[See update at bottom of post.] There was a brief, heady time in the late ’00s when it seemed like energy efficiency was finally going to get the spotlight.