Right now American regs for air pollution and greenhouse gases are in suspension. You could say they're up in the air.
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All those companies working on fuel cell cars, electric cars, plug-in cars and the long-awaited, not expected solar-powered cars...well, they'll not get any federal encouragement until after the November election.
Courtesy USGS and NOAA.Global warming is opening the once mythical Northwest Passage and ships are expected to be able to move from the Atlantic to the Pacific by going past Greenland,Canada and Alaska.
One great thing about blogging for ZDnet, the readers here are smart. The most popular answer to my quiz was the correct one.
Innovation's Newark plant.I recently spoke with the head of a biodiesel firm that's on the production side of the business.
They're even talking about it on the radio now--can Detroit automakers survive? If you listened to this show on NPR the future of Chrysler is south of bleak.
Today oil analysts told American political leaders that regulating oil speculation could easily cut half the price of crude oil, within thirty days. Wow!
So we know many fish species are in trouble due to over-fishing. Heavy production of corn in the American Midwest is killing off life at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Courtesy: Carbon SciencesEvery inspirational speaker will tell an audience to take a negative and turn it into a positive. Politically CO2 emissions have become a negative in many parts of the world.
It's going to cost a lot of money to fix America's leaky pipes. Not as much as it takes to occupy a country, in say, the Mideast, but a lot of money nonetheless.