By Timothy Hurst on January 3, 2012
A company called Mass Megawatts has developed a wind-powered water pumping unit that it says provides a lower-cost solution compared to traditional water pumping systems.
By Timothy Hurst on December 14, 2011
After hearing more than 11 hours of testimony in a meeting last week, Colorado regulators Tuesday approved tough new rules governing chemicals used in the controversial process of hydraulic fracturing.
By Allison Leahy on May 6, 2011
As the natural gas market transforms from bear to bull this year, ABSMaterial’s new water treatment technology, Osorb offers up a new solution to the fracking industry’s biggest problem. The system will prevent 72,000 gallons of contaminated water from reaching the riverbed every day. Just a drop in the basin, but a clean and important drop.
By Allison Leahy on February 10, 2011
Litigation feuds rage on between Ecuador, Chevron and PetroEcuador (the state-owned oil company) and the environmental woes of the region do too.
By Maria Surma Manka on September 22, 2010
Today at the Clinton Global Initiative, there was plenty of discussion about what works, what doesn’t, and why we need to embrace the possibility of failure when we try market-based solutions.