Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Discover why CCS is a viable and important solution for the prevention of increased global warming. Have you ever wondered what one metric tonne of carbon dioxide would look like if you were standing next to it? Or how the amount of coal, oil and gas would stack up if measured within the scope of our everyday lives? What would our fossil fuel consumption … Read More

Why Coal Companies Are Collapsing

What’s up with the coal industry?
Not much! Read on for a podcast that takes a look at the “spectacular collapse of the coal industry…”

China to Cap Coal Consumption by 2020

Big environmental and climate goals for China to take place over the next 5 to 15 years. China to limit coal consumption by 2020 and cap CO2 emissions by 2030. Last month, China announced for the first time that by 2030 the country will have put a cap on carbon dioxide emissions as part of the US-China Joint Announcement on Climate … Read More

Why Conserve Energy?

It’s a simple and valid question: why should we be conserving energy? If you answered, “To save money!” you’re not wrong. But conservation means much more than saving money, both at home and in the business world.

Al Gore on Climate Trends

Frosty the Coal Man is not cool. At TED2009, Al Gore presented updated slides from around the globe to make the case that worrying climate trends are even worse than scientists predicted, and to make clear his stance on “clean coal.” It’s ok to change the light bulb but sometimes you have to change the source of that power. While … Read More

How Individuals and Organizations Can Create a Sustainable World

Peter M. Senge, the author of The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World, was the recent keynote speaker in Albuquerque at the National Association of EHS (Environment, Health and Safety) Management Forum (October 28-29, 2009). Senge is a senior lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also founding chair of … Read More