Developing countries in Asia should invest more and faster in renewable energy because it would create jobs and save money in the long run, Greenpeace energy campaigner says.
Hurt by still-sluggish economy, Rust Belt cities and other U.S. manufacturing regions are suffering the biggest population losses as people move elsewhere in search of jobs.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan can meet its target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent by 2020 through a combination of domestic action and sales of low carbon technologies overseas, a government official said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Japanese carmaker Toyota UK and French utility EDF are starting three year trial of the Plug-In hybrid Prius car in Britain, the companies said on Monday.
The interconnected network of everyday objects is a hot topic among government officials, but realization is decades away.
FUKUI, Japan (Reuters) - The Philippines will meet next week with firms drilling for oil and gas in the country to assess safety measures as the largest oil spill in U.S. history prompts Asian nations to weigh likely risks from similar mishaps.
The facility — a joint venture between Dow Chemical Co. and TK Advanced Battery LLC — will make lithium-ion battery packs for tens of thousands of hybrid and electric vehicles annually and provide 700 to 800 "green-collar jobs."
( Swiss Institute of Bioinoformatics ) The results of the sequencing and analysis of the human body louse genome, which were published on June 21 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, offer new insights into the intriguing biology of this disease-vector insect.
( Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona ) A study led by researchers from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona describes one of the mechanisms in which pathogenic bacteria populations control the way they spread over the surface of the organs they infect and stop when they detect the...
Oil executives sharply criticized President Barack Obama's six-month ban on deepwater drilling at a major industry conference Tuesday.
European Union regulators say they have proof that nine European makers of window mountings colluded to increase the sales price.
Younger workers now make up the majority of China's migrant labor force and are quicker to speak up when they feel their rights are being violated than older workers, reports said.
Regulators say they need more time to investigate Swiss biotech company's $160 million bid for Monsanto's sunflower seed business, delaying its approval deadline until Oct. 26.
A disgruntled worker slammed his car into employees at a Mazda factory, killing one and injuring 10, stunning Japan just two years after an autoworker went on a deadly rampage.
Company says?new business jet, set for delivery starting in 2013, has weathered?economic slowdown while other business jet models have faced order cancellations and deferrals.