There's already money going into developing geoengineering plans to combat rising temps on this planet. Shell Oil has stepped forward as an early supporter.
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I recently blogged about the lower gasoline sales and lower federal revenue leading to a nearly broke Highway Trust Fund. The US government now finds that Trust Fund worthy of a bail-out, paltry next to the debts of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, tiny compared to the fed guarantees behind the Bear Stearns buy-out, but noble, don't you think?
In a bold move, the governments of the U.S. and Japan are proposing a global governmental fund to support cleantech research and development.
Some of the folks touting hybrid cars--standard fuel plus electric--think their favored technology runs against the plans of T. Boone Pickens.
Thermal testing. Courtesy Industrial Nanotech.Energy costs are now serious business for industries, office managers, and home owners across the world.
The U.S. Department of Interior has just listed the polar bear as a "threatened" species, that is legally and technically different than being listed as "endangered.
It is going to be announced today (Friday, when the news cycle goes into snooze control) that the Environmental Procrastination Agency will take no further action on auto emissions or greenhouse gases during the George W. reign.
Here's the column written by Dr. James Hansen on the twentieth anniversary of his first global warming testimony to Congress.
The European Commission is turning to high tech to solve its low energy blues. Specifically, the EC is hoping to see real progress in lowering greenhouse gas emissions by making buildings and power systems much more efficient.
Yes, American gasoline prices have risen more than 30% in a year. Yes, consumption is now down in the U.