April 16, 2012
Terry Macallister

Positive Changes Since the Deepwater Disaster

It’s easy to be pessimistic about the big oil companies, who, like banks are the unspoken scourge of the populace. And also like banks, sadly we all need their services – an unhealthy conundrum best left alone, it seems most people believe. That is, until something goes terribly wrong, like […]
April 4, 2012
Earth Hour 2012

Earth Hour and the Collective Goal

What started as an energy-saving tactic at the behest of the World Wildlife Fund in Sydney, Australia in 2007 to highlight the urgency of climate change, has spread across the globe to hundreds of cities and millions of people. Earth Hour is a simple, and some cynics would argue, silly, collective […]
January 25, 2012

I’m Driving Green

Let’s face it – it’s hard to be hopeful. With the current economic climate in Europe and America, politicians are fighting to stay alive in an increasingly skeptical landscape. And the public is just fighting with frustration. But if one takes the time to read the fine print (although that tends […]
January 16, 2012
Ernest Moniz

The Real Alternatives to Coal

After Canada’s bow out of the latest Kyoto summit, it’s easy to be disheartened with the current state of the environment in governmental policy. But, there are huge advances in research and development currently taking place, with some of the world’s brightest minds actively seeking a feasible cut with coal. Some […]