By Silvio Marcacci on November 15, 2012
A daily roundup of the most important energy, environment, and climate news from around the world.
Category: News | Tags: Asia, australia, barack obama, battery, Bioplastic, BP, california, canada, cap and trade, Capacity market, carbon tax, chicago, climate, Climate Change, coal, Coal export, Cybersecurity, drought, Dust Bowl, electric vehicles, emissions, europe, ev, Extreme weather, Exxon, Flood, fracking, France, Gasoline, GE, GM, green building, green business, grid, Gulf of Mexico, IEA, Ken Burns, London, Municipal aggregation, natural gas, oil, oil spill, Olympics, production tax credit, ptc, renewable portfolio standard, renewables, rps, Severe weather, Shale gas, smart grid, tar sands, Transportation, UN, wind | 0
By Allison Leahy on June 9, 2011
A living wall at the National Gallery in London offers passers-by sweet, clean air and a setting ripe for ecological discussion.
Category: Climate Change, Corporate Social Responsibility, Energy Industry | Tags: Art, ecomagination, GE, green roof, installation, living wall, London, museum, National Gallery, public, Van Gogh | 0