Proposals by Brazil’s Presidential Front-Runner Could Lead to Explosion of Deforestation

Photo: An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Brazil September...

Single Serve Coffee Pods banned in Germany’s Second Largest City

The smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning is what it takes many people to jump start their day. Since everyone is constantly in...
Small Solar Installation in France

New Regime Stepping in to Revive French Solar Industry

While most other countries in the European Union have been making strides in green energy, including Germany, whose efforts made it the leader...

1,000 New Jobs To Be Created by SunPower Corp., for Government Solar Powered Systems

The SunPower Corp. has plans to develop new solar installations for the U.S. Navy, Air Force, General Services Administration and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

Norway Takes Firm Stance Against Arctic Oil Drilling

The Lofoten islands are a rare refuge of wilderness in the Norwegian sea, above the Arctic circle. They are considered a natural wonder and...
Hydrofluorocarbons, Such as R-134a, are About 3,300x More Potent than CO2 as GreenHouse Gases

China and US Agree to Phase Out Hydrofluorocarbons [HFC]

Hydrofluorocarbons have proved to be an excellent replacement for chlorofluorocarbons , which have been phased out of production for environmental reasons. Chlorofluorocarbons originally were...
Obama Addresses Climate Change

Obama Announces Push to Address Climate Change

Many people recognize that climate change is happening, and that it's our fault, but not everyone agrees which direction we need to go. Here, in...
EPA emissions regulations: It's OK to give up on coal.

EPA Announces Emissions Regulations for Power Plants

The carbon footprint of the United States is particularly heavy, but recent emissions regulations announced by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) should help to...
Biofuels Make Money?

Was it Fraud? How Biofuels Company “Earned” Millions from EPA Loophole

In June 2010, a CN Rail cargo train crossed the US / Canada border 24 times, earning some $2.6 million in transportation revenue. This...
Implementing More Renewable Energy Can Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions Nationwide

States Urge Feds to Implement Stricter Nationwide Carbon Dioxide Limits

Under current United States EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Clean Air Act regulations, individual States must enact regulations to meet a Federal carbon dioxide standard,...