By John Heilprin Associated Press Writer - September 21, 2009 UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. climate chief says China is poised to join the European Union in claiming "front-runner" status among nations battling climate change.
JUSTIN JUOZAPAVICIUS Associated Press Writer - September 21, 2009 SCRAPER, Okla. (AP) - David Overbey is no scientist, but he says a person doesn't have to be to see how much the Illinois River has improved in recent years.
LEILA SUMMERS Assocaited Press Writer - September 21, 2009 WOODLAND, Wash. (AP)
MARK STEIL Assocaited Press Writer - September 21, 2009 LUCAN, Minn. (AP) - Ethanol companies are looking back to the monasteries of ancient Europe for one possible solution to a troublesome production issue. They have to control bacteria to make good ethanol.
MIKE CORDER Associated Press Writer - September 21, 2009 THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP)
MADISON - Imagine a car that runs on hydrogen from solar power and produces water instead of carbon emissions.
John T. Phelan Jr., P.E., COO, TriFactor LLC Before selecting the storage medium for either a new distribution center or an existing facility, the first step is to analyze the products that will be handled.
MONTREAL (CP) - AbitibiBowater announced Thursday that it will suspend production indefinitely at several Canadian and U.S. mills in a corporate streamlining that will affect about 1,500 Canadian workers. The cuts, which begin Oct.
NEW YORK (AP) - Shares of Procter & Gamble Co., maker of Tide laundry detergent and Gillette shavers, rose Friday after a Citi Investment Research analyst upgraded the stock to "Buy," praising the company's new price-cutting strategy. Shares rose $1.82, or 3.3 percent, to $57.
ASHLEY, Ind. (AP) - A company that makes household chemicals plans to close a northeastern Indiana factory where 55 people work. Chemtura Corp. has asked a New York bankruptcy court to let it consolidate operations at its Bio-Lab Inc. plant in Ashley into a Georgia factory.
Luke Simpson, Associate Editor, Chem.Info An article posted Wednesday on greentechmedia.com reported on the work being done by Minnesota-based biotech startup Segentis, and a â€œbrand newâ€ molecule that they are producing from cellulosic biomass: levulinic ketal.
Jim Lane Biofuels Digest - September 17, 2009 In Washington, although some say that
STEVE KARNOWSKI Associated Press Writer - September 17, 2009 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Many urban streams have become salty enough to harm aquatic life, largely because of salt used for deicing roads in the winter, according to a new government study released Wednesday. The U.S.
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