29 Apr, 2009 10:00 am
In a study published in Environmental Science &Technology, researchers from the MIT and the University of Kentucky used a thermodynamic framework to characterize...
Dr Dusan P. Sekulic- Read more - Post comment
27 Apr, 2009 08:33 am
Oil production is expected to fall by around 3% per year, beyond the oil peak. To avert catastrophe, oil-producing nations must agree to reduce their production...
Prof Chris Rhodes- Read more - 9 comment(s)
24 Apr, 2009 08:55 am
In view of the ever more pressing problem of climate change, options to reduce CO2 emissions and to increase CO2 sequestration become increasingly important...
Prof Lucas Reijnders- Read more - 2 comment(s)
23 Apr, 2009 05:54 pm
As a reporter who writes about business and the environment, I?ve heard the expression ?low hanging fruit? used to describe energy efficiency countless...
Mr Marc Gunther- Read more - 2 comment(s)
19 Apr, 2009 11:21 am
The nuclear programme of North Korea is again in the news. Selig S. Harrison, a specialist on South Asia and East Asia and a senior scholar of the Woodrow...
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16 Apr, 2009 08:17 am
The recent start-up of the latest large-scale nuclear fusion experiment, the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,...
Mr Geoffrey Styles- Read more - 5 comment(s)
15 Apr, 2009 06:33 am
A new study shows there is no single best way to promote renewable electricity; a combination of policies is needed.
Dr Benjamin K. Sovacool- Read more - 1 comment(s)
8 Apr, 2009 09:52 am
I have said a number of times that I would prefer to take the natural gas we use to make ethanol and just use it directly in compressed natural gas (CNG)...
Mr Robert Rapier- Read more - 2 comment(s)
3 Apr, 2009 09:29 pm
The oil company Shell has announced that it will end its investments in wind energy. It intends to focus on biofuels. This remarkably comes at a time...
Prof Lucas Reijnders- Read more - 3 comment(s)
1 Apr, 2009 02:15 pm
It is demand for oil that may peak as governments adapt to the problems of global warming, security of supply and an amplitude of market volatility that...
Prof Chris Rhodes- Read more - 8 comment(s)