This month marks the 25th anniversary of legislation that created the Superfund tax to clean up polluted industrial sites. But as Alex Cohen reports, the fund is currently out of money.
The rollicking real estate market is expected to cool in some places and surge in others in 2006. Alex Cohen reports.
Perhaps the biggest trend in holiday shopping this year is procrastination. Alex Cohen reports on what it means for shoppers and retailers.
Plans are in the works to offer two million Texas customers high-speed Internet over electrical utility lines. Alex Cohen looks at what impact this might have on the future of Internet delivery.
LED lights, which operate on a semiconductor chip rather than filmament, cost more than traditional lights, but last longer. More holiday decorators are opting for longevity over short-term savings, as Alex Cohen reports.
Environmentally friendly construction usually costs more than typical methods in the short-term... so green building advocates are taking the long view. Alex Cohen has more.
A conference begins today in Washington to encourage eco-friendly construction of public buildings. Alex Cohen looks at the issues involved.
Amidst record oil prices and profits, OPEC ministers are scheduled to meet today. Alex Cohen looks at whether market conditions will keep OPEC nations rolling in the green next year.
From the Sustainability Desk, Alex Cohen reports on one idea for curbing global warming that just might work... with a little help from the government.
The Department of Energy has announced a partnership with private energy companies to develop a new, environmentally friendly coal-burning power plant. Alex Cohen reports.