By LiveOAK Staff on March 12, 2012
Over the last two years, Apple has faced mounting scrutiny about exactly how their products are made and the working conditions and corporate practices of the companies they contract to make them.
By LiveOAK Staff on December 16, 2011
The trade case brought against Chinese solar manufacturers could undermine the solar industry’s significant progress at the very moment it is poised for success.
By LiveOAK Staff on November 2, 2011
Greener cars are indeed hitting the mainstream with one thing dragging their progress: a standard charger plug.
By LiveOAK Staff on December 14, 2010
The Corps Network, the voice of the nation’s 143 Service and Conservation Corps, and Planters, are coming together to transform neglected land into natural spaces in communities across the United States.
By LiveOAK Staff on August 12, 2010
The New Yorker’s Paul Goldberger talks with Richard Cook of Cook + Fox Architects, the designer behind the new Bank of America Tower, the largest LEED Platinum certified building in the world. Cook and Goldberger discuss sustainable architecture, the use of nature in design, and the debates over the LEED standard. Video via The New Yorker Image [...]