By The Guardian on December 21, 2011
Europe’s most senior court is expected to rule on Wednesday that airlines based outside the continent should have to pay for their carbon emissions on flights to or from EU member states.
By Timothy Hurst on December 5, 2011
Richard Branson says airplanes have fewer ‘filling stations’ so scaling-up low-carbon jet fuel should be relatively easy.
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By Timothy Hurst on March 23, 2011
On Monday, officials from Cape Wind and Hy-Line Cruises announced a partnership based on the premise that not only will the wind farm not threaten the local tourism-based economy, it will actually be a boon to it.
By Timothy Hurst on August 16, 2010
The emergence of gensets and low-emissions locomotives for passenger trains has been slower than for freight trains. But MotivePower would like to change all that.
By Timothy Hurst on July 28, 2010
Enterprise Rent-A-Car has entered into an agreement with Nissan to purchase 500 Nissan LEAF electric vehicles and rent them in 8 to 15 of the LEAF launch markets.