If forced to compare the process of financing advanced bioenergy projects with classical literature, I would likely choose Waiting for Godot, an absurdist comedy.
Of course without the coal obtained from these hotbeds of environmental carnage, I’m not sure how much juice would be available when plugging in electric vehicles.
Is it just me, or have we entered a time where corporate scandals and larger than life "falls from grace" are increasing common?
Just when I thought it was safe to get in front of my computer, I find out that it’ll kill me — and management knew all along.
The reality of the situation is that experts are predicting a world population of 9.5 billion by 2050 — meaning that our global food production will have to double.
Do the Renewable Fuel Standard bill and other green legislation leave you stranded on the edge of your driver’s seat?
Why do I check the weather three to five times a day? I think it's that weird habit that I go to when I am distracted, or bored, or shifting from one task to the next.
If the debate were about long- or short-term value, the ethanol industry would be a lot farther because ethanol has a compelling value proposition on climate, energy security and green jobs.
The situation is nothing to rival the coffee crisis of 2009 or the interoffice email crisis . We lost many good Cubites in the conflicts that ended with the dismantling of the Great Foam Wall.
Unlike banks, small businesses will hire people to produce goods and services.
Talent, focus, skill cultivation and motivation are goals that transcend an individual sport or industry, and it’s a qualitative benefit if we take an Olympic caliber approach to our every day.
A resurgence in wireless power tecnology and the introduction of early products has created the need for a standardized interface that allows interoperability between embedded receivers and transmitters.
The frivolous class-action lawsuit against Toyota got me thinking — I’d like to announce a new series of lawsuits that I’ll be pursuing in 2010.
The reasoning behind our food choices may be more complicated than it seems.