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San Francisco's Oceanside wastewater treatment plant
Alliance is helping U.S. water utilities integrate climate models into long-term planning to better adapt their operations to global warming
Ten of the nation's largest water utilities have teamed up to connect climate scientists and water...
Aug 19, 2011 | Read More
Jason Box, known for his study of glaciers, says oil sands mining is a moral issue that he feels compelled to address. The two-week sit-in begins Saturday
WASHINGTON—His climatology career at Ohio State University is advancing swimmingly. He's never had...
Aug 18, 2011 | Read More
City of Austin Power Plant
Efficiency firms in Austin in particular say they're experiencing a boom in business as residents try to keep cool for less electricity and money
As heat-swamped Texans crank up the A.C. to fend off triple-digit temperatures, many more residents...
Aug 17, 2011 | Read More
Study author says she is concerned that climate skeptics will seize upon some of the new findings as evidence against human-made warming
Includes corrections Arctic sea ice could disappear completely by 2060 in the summer months due to...
Aug 16, 2011 | Read More
Despite being in one of the country's worst regions for geothermal power, two Michigan cities are finding ways to tap heat stored far below earth's surface
Despite being in one of the worst regions in the country for geothermal power, two Michigan cities...
Aug 16, 2011 | Read More
SAGE Electrochromics, Inc
Ramped-up manufacturing of 'dynamic' glass technologies could bring domestic jobs back to a long-suffering industry
Glassmaking in America has been in decline for at least a decade as manufacturers have moved...
Aug 15, 2011 | Read More
Silvertip Oil Spill
Three bills moving through Congress would significantly strengthen federal oversight for pipelines like the proposed Keystone XL
WASHINGTON—A series of headline-grabbing ruptures along the nation's 2.5 million-mile network of...
Aug 12, 2011 | Read More
Pipeline next to water
In the debate over TransCanada's controversial Cananda-to-Texas oil pipe, the Ogallala aquifer and the Nebraska sandhills have emerged as flashpoints
The Canadian company TransCanada wants to build a 1,702-mile pipeline that will pass through...
Aug 11, 2011 | Read More
Patrick Crane, chief marketing officer for Sungevity
A former LinkedIn social media expert is helping Sungevity connect solar users, online and off, to generate buzz and new buyers for its panels
Includes correction Social media expert Patrick Crane had just stepped down for a "career break"...
Aug 10, 2011 | Read More
Wyoming Carbon Underground Storage Project's (WY-CUSP)  test well
Even if the project succeeds in identifying a massive underground storage location for CO2, that's only half the battle in commercializing CCS technology
POINT OF ROCKS, Wyoming—On a mid-June afternoon in the dusty plains of southwest Wyoming a team of...
Aug 9, 2011 | Read More