AlwaysOn has just released the names of its first GoingGreen 100. AlwaysOn describes these as the "hottest private companies in greentech.
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
They're talkin' switchgress out there in farm country. From Oklahoma and Iowa to Virginia and North Carolina, there's a definite buzz in the fields.
It’s pretty common knowledge that data center servers are among the biggest culprits in greedy power consumption. Most of the talk about addressing excess heat and energy use centers on new CPU approaches.
Can I write off Burning Man next year?The annual festival aka portable community took on a decidedly green hue this year, with multiple exhibits dedicated to the exploration of alternative energy.
They've got oysters beds along the Georgia coast. And now they've got a new species of crab there.
It is unclear, as always with pols, to know what they will do, if anything. But Congress is back in session.
So is it global warming or just better meteorlogical measuring systems? The debate will continue.
When my sister-in-law’s father passed away a couple of years ago, I went out to Pennsylvania for the service and stopped by her home, which has been in the family for years. The piles of paper throughout the house reminded how many of us still have the hording instinct, saving things interminably when we haven’t used them for years.
The "Washington Post" today looks at the growing political and legal opposition to coal-burning plants for electricity generation in the U.S.
You see lots of cynical eamil aimed at suggested policies for dealing with global warming. A new survey in Great Britain shows over 60% of voters there see the government taking advantage of the crisis.