What will life be like 20 or 30 years from now? That used to be a question for futurists, now global climate change makes it something we all think about. The trouble is that the way we think and talk [Read more...]
Biolite Stove, an ingenious woodburning cookstove that can also charge a cell phone.
Tom Donohue at the US Chamber’s 2010 State of American Business explains how we can create jobs with major investments and breakthroughs in energy.
Tom Donohue at the US Chamber’s 2010 State of American Business explains that to create jobs we must ease the uncertainty over tax increases as well as health, environmental, labor, legal, and fiscal policies.
Karen Harbert, president and CEO of the Institute for 21st Century Energy, discusses the urgency of taking comprehensive action on energy. She says, The decisions that our country makes over the next couple of years on energy will largely determine [Read more...]
Tom Donohue discusses climate change, EPA regulation and Waxman-Markey with reporters
Ohio Chamber of Commerce President Andy Doehrel shares his View from the States on the importance of reliable and affordable energy to Ohios economy and future. Read his full column at www.energyxxi.org
Donald Moore and Wilder Baker of Harmonics Limited give two tips 1) look at costs 2) increase sales/marketing.
Joe Mateo, Magnus Environmental Corp, talks about a rough winter and a new beginning.
Larry and Debbie England own and operate Cartridge World in the Tri-Cities Tennessee. At America’s Small Business Summit Larry talks about how combining business and environmental benefits with “outrageous customer service” can help your business survive the downturn.