Business trade groups are known for throwing their weight around — and getting their way — in Washington. The US Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers, the Farm Bureau, the National Federation of Independent Businesses, the American Petroleum Institute — … [Read more...] about The biggest climate villains in Washington are quickly losing power
Being a climate activist doesn’t mean you have to chain yourself to a tree or march through streets with a placard above your head. Climate activism can also be embedded in the everyday choices you make that benefit the well-being of the environment. Check out the following tips … [Read more...] about 5 simple steps for becoming a climate activist in everyday life
Biochar - charcoal derived from burning plants - can boost crop yields and help fight climate change. Andrew Tolve | July/August 2010 issue In the summer of 2002, scientist and entrepreneur Danny Day sent a lab assistant to retrieve some charcoal from behind Day’s lab in … [Read more...] about The new black gold?
Ode Editors | June/July 2009 issue Lester Brown was invited to speak at the Aspen Environment Forum, in Aspen, Colorado on March 25, 2009 on getting the market to tell the environmental truth. … [Read more...] about Video: Lester Brown on Plan B
Prominent cancer scientist Karl-Henrik Robert calls Ola Altera a silent hero of the energy sector. Andrew Tolve | Jan/Feb 2009 issue The transformation caught everyone by surprise, even the people who pulled it off. In 1981, 90 percent of Sweden's power plants burned fossil fuel, … [Read more...] about Ola Altera: Changing Sweden's mind about fossil fuel