Egypt Must Go Green to Save Red Sea
Global environmental pressure group Greenpeace said on Thursday its Rainbow Warrior flagship had been denied access to Indonesian waters, and insisted the government had no grounds to have turned it back.
Deepwater oil drills quieted by a six-month moratorium will again hum off the Gulf Coast. What’s less certain is just how soon the jobs on hold because of the ban will come back.
Reaction to the administration’s lifting of the deepwater oil-and-gas drilling moratorium about six weeks ahead of schedule raised eyebrows among both defenders and critics of drilling.
The new head of Sharp Solar’s U.S. business expects the country’s renewable energy sector to take off in the coming years, overshadowing the leading German market and and attracting heavy investment.
South Korea Wednesday unveiled a five-year plan to spend $36 billion developing renewable energy as its next economic growth engine.
The place where the ocean’s cold deep water blends with the warmer water of the upper ocean is on the move due to climate change, new research reveals.
Two months after a judge found flaws in the government’s environmental assessment of oil drilling in the Chukchi Sea, federal regulators released a revised analysis that was immediately denounced by environmental and Alaska Native groups.
GE wants to make solar power as big a business for it as wind power is today — and it’s starting to look to thin-film solar technology to do it.
The Obama administration is lifting the six-month moratorium on deepwater oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico imposed after the BP oil spill, officials said Tuesday.
Drivers have seen gas pump prices jump by nearly a dime a gallon in the past week because of a rally in prices for oil and corn, from which the gas additive ethanol is made.
Trans-Elect, a developer of transmission lines, will unveil a plan on Tuesday to build a high-voltage cable to carry power from future offshore wind farms to U.S. East Coast.
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