The water footprint could become as important as the carbon footprint in years to come.
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Stanford environmental policy wonk Dan Reicher discusses new modes of financing renewable energy and why now is the time to make the move to solar, wind and other green forms of power.
It would be nice to be able to rank companies, to know exactly which are good stewards of the environment and have beneficial social policies.
If Better Safeguards Were in Place, Could Fracking Provide at Least a Temporary Solution? Natural gas is good for the environment! Greenhouse-gas emissions in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest level in 20 years, while natural gas generation increased 40% this March compared to a year ago. Increased use of natural gas has enabled […]
How Cities Hold the Key to a Sustainable FutureEdward Glaeser is an economist with a true love for urban living and a deep concern for the environment. His new book, Triumph of the City (Penguin Press), is stuffed with anecdotes, examples, unexpected outcomes and elegant solutions to conundrums of city living in locations ranging from […]