Al Gore's international non-profit continues training presenters on the climate crisis.
110,000 meters will empower consumers to manage energy consumption and costs.
Bernie Rosenthal explains Reaction Design's connection to the Department of Energy and how chemical kinetics modeling can help companies improve efficiency and lower emissions.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
The second wave of the H1N1 is spreading across the nation. Projections say that the H1N1 virus could cause 30-40% absenteeism among the workforce. This may make it necessary for co-workers or management to assume unfamiliar or less familiar tasks.
Association says company is committed to the environment and recycling of products.
Two non-utility and three utility green power suppliers were recognized at the Renewable Energy Markets Conference.
The authority has identified projects involving solid waste management, water supply, waste to energy, and renewable energy projects.
EPA is engaging Boys & Girls Clubs and Parent Teacher Organizations Today to make a few small changes that will help combat global warming.
Foundation focuses only on environment this year, with 10 recipients each receiving $100,000.
Pickens, architect of a plan to use natural gas and renewable fuels in place of foreign oil, will share his vision at the Solid Waste Association of North America's annual conference this month.
More than 500 schools have already taken the challenge and are using 30 percent less energy.
Companies offer integrated technology and communication to help shape projects and request grants from the DOE's Smart Grid Investment Grant Program.
The National Safety Council names Square D Services a winner for occupational achievement for reporting few injuries and illnesses and no fatalities in 2008.
A portion of the Natrium facility, which was built in 1957, uses an outdated, mercury-based production process that remains in use at only four of the 119 chlorine plants in the United States.
Habitat for Humanity affiliates that build homes to green standards can receive up to $5,000 through an expansion of the Partners in Sustainable Building program.
Students scored well on their knowledge of soils and land use, aquatic ecology, and biodiversity.