Climate activists are about to launch two weeks of protest against a pipeline from Alberta's tar sands to the Gulf Coast. They'd do well to remember there are not just companies but people and communities on the other side of the argument.
Some of the world's most prominent climate activists are protesting a proposed pipeline that would bring Alberta's unconventional oil to the Gulf Coast. Is this the make-or-break point for global action on climate change?
Just before D.C. went crazy over the debt ceiling, 25 members of Congress tabled a bill that would revive a remarkably effective solar energy financing program. Does Congress have enough sense left to pass HR 2599?
Ray Anderson was among the first corporate leaders to not just talk sustainability but make it the bottom line of his business. He passed away this week, leaving a legacy as green and inspirational as any in modern history.
The world's starchitects may create impressive icons, but cities are made from great places — which is why old European shopping streets, not Frank Gehry's wavy towers, are the heart of Düsseldorf, Germany's most ambitious design city.
In cleantech, innovation often speaks of high-tech jargon in the future tense. A new generation of solar panels uses existing technology and a present-tense vocabulary of style and convenience to bring green energy to the mainstream.