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Radical Green.

Towering 88 m above frigid waters, scarcely 5 m from the seawall south of the industrial area of Avedore Holme, near Copenhagen, stand two prototypes of the...

Blackout '03: Getting By Without the Grid

There's nothing like a multistate summertime blackout to get environmentalists and industry groups throwing spitballs at one another. Extreme greens wag...

Green Concerns Over the Energy Bill

Environmental groups are anxiously watching three votes this week that could significantly water down the energy bill currently before the Senate. The outcome of...

Is Bush's Policy Too Oil-Slick?

Nailed to the doors of the White House this morning reporters found Vice President Cheney's 95 theses, actually 105 recommendations, for modernizing the nation's...

Going Green: How Business Saw the Light

On a cloudless afternoon early last fall, Honda CEO Takeo Fukui stood by his company's test track outside Tokyo and watched a group of journalists take the...

What Washington Can Learn from Montana

You might not expect Montana to be a climate change pioneer. Though Montanans emit nearly twice as much greenhouse gases as the average American on a per-capita...

28 Have a green wedding

You won't be able to stop global warming on your wedding day, but your choices can lessen the carbon footprint of your event. If your guests are traveling long...

GOP Prepares for an Energy Battle

How the Republican Senate will tackle the Keystone XL pipeline, carbon emissions, renewable subsidies and more

The Right Just Might Save the Planet

The people who are most concerned about global warming are also typically opposed to the technologies most capable of reducing emissions

Tower of Power

Don't look directly at the tower. It's tempting, but really--don't." Mike Bobinecz, vice president of construction management at BrightSource Energy, is just...

Nuclear Wind

Government’s largest wind farm to be used for atomic bombs