Efforts to address the increasingly pressing climate challenge with rational policy continue to languish in Washington, as willfully ignorant conservatives continue to choose donor loyalty over science. But based on the [...]
Russell Gold’s pragmatic piece about fracking in the Wall Street Journal makes a number of excellent points. First, our economy has such an enormo ...
Last year marked a turning point in the renewable energy field. Growth of 36.5 GW in newly installed solar generating capacity exceeded that of wind ...
According to the US Green Building Council,Â buildingsÂ are responsible for 39% of CO2 emissions here in the US. Everyone understands that make buildings more efficient can have a huge impact on [...]
Life changed in an instant for Elizabeth when her husband passed away. The mother of three was now the family breadwinner, a role she wasnâ€™t fully prepared for. â€œSomethingâ€™s different [...]
People living in small villages in developing countries have the opportunity to leapfrog past the centralized power generation model, straight into distributed renewables, much as they have already done with [...]
By JustmeansÂ (Stephanie Schwartz, 2014 MBA Candidate and Society & Business Lab Fellow ) Guest Blog by Stephanie Schwartz, 2014 MBA Candidate and Society & Business Lab Fellow Patagonia’s fall 2013 [...]
The increasing generation of electricity from rooftop solar panels has had an impact on the utility industry, and itâ€™s one theyâ€™re not particularly happy about. A recent paper by theÂ Edison [...]