- U.S. promotes light bulb swap
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday kicked off a campaign to get U.S. consumers to switch to energy-efficient light bulbs as a way of reducing [...]
- China to switch to energy-efficient lightbulbs
China, which makes 70 percent of the world’s lightbulbs, has agreed to phase out incandescent bulbs in favor of more energy-efficient ones, part of a [...]
- Et Tu, Toyota?
What is it about Michigan that seems to encourage assisted suicide?
That is all I can think watching Michigan congressmen and senators, led by Representative John [...]
- Global Warming Rallies Across US on 11/03
>Step It Up will organize a national event on November 3, 2007 to call for leadership on global warming. The event will build on Step [...]
- Architects Go Green at the Office
A Ferrari salesman wouldn’t drive a 1985 Yugo to work. And you wouldn’t expect the cable guy to install rabbit ears in his own home.
- Global Warming Causing African Floods, Experts Say
Twenty-two African countries are experiencing their worst wet seasons in decades, and climate experts say that global warming is to blame.
Devastating rains and flash floods [...]
- Arctic Melt Unnerves the Experts
The Arctic ice cap shrank so much this summer that waves briefly lapped along two long-imagined Arctic shipping routes, the Northwest Passage over Canada and [...]
- Focus on coal to fix global warming: CEO
NRG Energy Inc Chief Executive David Crane said on Tuesday cutting emissions from coal-fired power plants needs to be at the center of addressing global [...]
- Red Sox Turn Green
In architectural terms, the 2007 World Series pits the Red Sox’s venerable 1912 Fenway Park against the Colorado Rockies’ 1995-vintage Coors Field in Denver—old bricks [...]
- Global warming may hit kids harder, pediatrics group says
Global warming is likely to disproportionately harm the health of children, and politicians should launch “aggressive policies” to curb climate change, the American Academy of [...]