At AlwaysOn Going Green conference in Davis tonight, that was the clarion call from environmental architect, William McDonough. He and a chemist wrote the book Cradle to Cradle.
As the global warming debate rages, Heather Clancy chronicles the smart grid, electric vehicles, alternative energy, green IT and other developments shaping the green technology movement.
Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation
GridPoint. Accepting for the comapny was Louis Szablya, GridPointExec VP and Managing Director.
The electric cars are parked in the courtyard here at University of California at Davis. From the Jaguar-wannabe Tesla EBS Viper to the covered motorcycle from Myers Motors, they catch your eye.
In my dream life, I am a marine biologist. (I attribute this partly to being a water sign horoscope-wise and partly to childhood summers spent living in lakes and pools.
That's the hope of Europe's biggest wind power company. Iberdrola is going to sell off a fraction of its wind generation business, and hopes to raise as much as four billion Euros.
"Time" has chosen the General Motors EV-1 as one of the fifty worst cars of all-time. "Time," that bastion of creative journalism and rampant tree-hugging, finds the 1997 electric car from Detroit was too expensive to build and not ready for the mass market.
Brazilian slash and burn farmers could be threatening the rest of the planet. That's the kernel of a report today from McLatchy newspapers.
They talked global warming down in Australia. All those leaders from the U.
Once upon a time, in the pre-bubble days before the time of the great Y2K switchover and the dot-com implosion, giant high-tech companies scrambled to portray themselves as the biggest, best-est e-something-or-others. In these modern times, they can't paint themselves green fast enough with oodles of paper green being spent on branding.
A friend of mine is an inveterate collector of stuff. But he's also, shall we say, pennywise.