Seems that science is like every other human endeavor. It's highly political.
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While the banking community chews its nails, and worries about golfing fees, there are some corporations licking their chops. And sharpening those drill bits.
There's a building conflict within corporations' shareholders: go green or go for the green (money). Environmental reponsibility or shareholder value.
A scientific conference in Europe has brought out some recent research findings on the polar regions. Much is being learned for the first time about Antarctic's prehistoric climate.
Despite the House having approved a new bill on ofshore oil drilling, it now appears unlikely there will be a change in the law.That means the current offshore moratorium on driling expires at the end of this month.
There's an institute in Davis, California, dedicated to studying what works and what doesn't work when it comes to people moving around. Headed by Dr.
Here's the results of a report by the folks at ethisphere. Their pick for the top urban sustainability centers by 2020:TorontoSingaporeHyderabadCape TownAbu DhabiNew York CityLondonMelbourneCuritibaFrankfurtThen they list the top ten sustainable cities under 600,000:Copenhagen, Doha, Edinburgh, Helsinki, Oslo, Portland (OR), Reykjavik, Victoria (CAN), Wellington (NZ), Rotterdam.
Sure, energy tech is sexy and could be profitable. But think real green, as in chlorophyll and growing plants. That's the most crucial green tech now.
There's a lot of interest in alternative energy tech and ways to utilize fossil fuels more efficiently. There's considerable push now for more nuclear power.
A resource management software provider teamed up with an experienced market analysis and research firm. Their goal was to find out how American corporations are using technology to control their operating costs.
Detroit auto industry going through shock therapy? As in electric shock? Sales numbers say this is real and this is do-or-die
Perhaps never has the Detroit auto industry faced such a challenge. Not from the small cool VW beetle in the 1960s.