Singapore’s founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, has passed away. Thank you Mr Lee and may you rest in peace.
To change everything, we first need to make sure that everyone has access to washing machines.
Photo: An estimated 310,000 people marched for accountability, justice and action for climate change at the People’s Climate March in New York City on Sunday.
When Project LIBERTY, the first large-scale commercial cellulosic ethanol plant in the U.S., opened in Iowa last Wednesday, I went from a naysayer to a still-skeptical-but-now-believer in biofuels and the Renewable Fuel Standard.
In which I share the five most interesting and important environmental stories (IMHO) that I’ve read this week on various environmental threats that birds face globally, the latest IPCC draft report leaked Tuesday, a mysterious blue substance born from the Mount Polley mine disaster and more.
So I haven’t been here for a while.. because I’ve been blogging elsewhere! OK nowhere too exciting: the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources blog, Energy Smarts.
#FrackYouPutin? There’s a better option: Help Ukraine improve energy efficiency and reduce the amount of energy that they use.
Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the EPA, speaks at the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association’s BuildingEnergy 14 conference, declaring the EPA “partner-in-crime” with the high-performance building and renewable energy professionals present.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, Representative Katherine Clark and research faculty at MIT restarted the Alcator C-Mod reactor for fusion energy officially yesterday morning. And then, we all wore hard hats and went into the big room where the big C-Mod machine is and saw it for ourselves: fusion does not just belong in the movies.
Steven Chu speaks at the American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Chicago on his revelation on TV set-top boxes and how they’re consuming an astounding amount of Vampire Energy, among other things.