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​Job One for Saudis’ New Energy Chief: Picking Up the Pieces

Published: September 18, 2019

Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman was named energy minister less than a week before an aerial attack crippled Saudi Arabia’s oil production. Read More. 

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DOE: Budget seeks to fund ‘clean energy superpower’

The White House is pitching $1.9 billion for clean energy deployment at the Department of Energy as the administration looks to boost overall spending levels to address the climate crisis. Read More

April 9, 2021

Is the golf industry doing enough to combat climate change?

Is the golf industry doing enough to combat climate change? Aubrey McCormick Fri, 04/09/2021 – 02:00 Sports leagues are seeing the impacts and the surge of climate-responsible athletes using their platforms to promote positive environmental and social impact — it’s something for the history books. The golf industry, for one, is increasing its efforts to promote […]

April 9, 2021

Where progressives and conservatives agree on clean energy

Where progressives and conservatives agree on clean energy Sarah Golden Fri, 04/09/2021 – 01:45 From an ideological perspective, it’s curious that clean energy became a partisan issue. Looking at it as a technology, there is a ton to like about renewables across the political spectrum.  This hasn’t escaped political conservatives outside the beltway. A number […]

April 9, 2021

PEOPLE: Trump EPA chemicals official lands at law firm

A former Trump administration official who served in EPA’s chemicals office has landed a new position working with industry through an international regulatory law firm. Read More

April 5, 2021

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: Hurricane released cancer-causing chemicals into community

Researchers have found that the massive flooding from Houston’s 2017 Hurricane Harvey introduced polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), a cancer-causing pollutant, to the majority Hispanic, lower-income Manchester, Texas, community from surrounding heavy industry, adding to the public health woes of the already-contaminated community. Read More

April 5, 2021

Urging clean energy and justice for tribal nations

Urging clean energy and justice for tribal nations Roger Sorkin Thu, 04/01/2021 – 00:45 During the 20th century, coal was a cheap and reliable source of electricity. Today it’s relatively expensive and highly polluting. The shift to cleaner, less expensive renewable energy is rapidly underway, and it’s happening faster than anyone expected. Our nation’s task […]

April 1, 2021

Can sustainability save capitalism?

Can sustainability save capitalism? Joel Makower Tue, 03/30/2021 – 02:11 My inbox and bookshelf have been groaning lately under the heft of some weighty books, essays and reports heralding a kinder, gentler era for capitalism. This idea isn’t exactly new. For years — decades, even — there has been a steady stream of visions and […]

March 30, 2021

The circular economy shows its human side

The circular economy shows its human side Lauren Phipps Mon, 03/29/2021 – 01:30 This article originally appeared in the State of Green Business 2021. You can download the entire report here. As the circular economy ramps up, we’ve seen impressive innovation in materials, products, models and processes — but innovation on how we treat people has […]

March 29, 2021

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