Guest post by: Brian Johnson North Carolina is already a hotbed of solar energy. Now its largest city is poised to join the trend. Over 150 Charlotte residents ...On November 20, 2013 / By Monica Embrey
“We must move at ‘China speed’ to combat global warming.” That’s what Jim Rogers, CEO of the largest utility in the country and one of the world’s biggest ...On May 1, 2013 / By David Pomerantz
A new study from NASA suggests that global warming could increase the number of violent, damaging thunderstorms that strike the U.S., particularly in the Southeast, which could see ...On April 12, 2013 / By David Pomerantz
Across the world, holidays of all traditions are celebrating light and hope. Against a backdrop of these holiday times that bring 2012 to a close and give birth ...On December 13, 2012 / By Mike Johnson
This post originally appeared in Coal Ash Chronicles. Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman, an independent journalist, aims to answer questions about coal ash during a nationwide tour where she’ll collect stories from all ...On October 22, 2012 / By Rhiannon Fionn-Bowman
In perhaps the most public rebuke of Duke’s overstuffed environmental rhetoric to date, Dow Jones booted Duke from its list of greenest companies in the world today. As ...On September 13, 2012 / By Mike Johnson
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Greenpeace activists will be going on trial to fight felony charges for a protest at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati.