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It's not easy being green when you're poor

by Erika Beras Mar 21, 2018
Pittsburgh's plan to green up the city may be leaving low-income residents behind.
Andres Hernandez, from the Goldin Solar company, installs a solar panel system on the roof of a home a day after the Trump administration announced it will impose duties of as much as 30 percent on solar equipment made abroad on January 23, 2018 in Palmetto Bay, Florida.
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The emerging demand for "greener" aluminum

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 20, 2017
Can U.S. aluminum producers that use hydroelectricity distinguish their products from many Chinese producers, by touting their lower carbon footprint?
The Alcoa Barra Grande hydroelectric power dam in southern Brazil. 
Photo courtesy of Alcoa

Market forces help stabilize CO2 emissions for third year

by Kimberly Adams Mar 17, 2017
The plateau in emissions comes amid global economic growth.
"The switch from coal to gas really happened because of the shale gas revolution and because of markets,” said Laura Cozzi of the International Energy Agency. Above, a coal power plant from American Electric Power in New Haven, West Virginia.
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Cloud computing brings big data centers, but few jobs

by Hayley Hershman Sep 23, 2016
Plus, these developments could be a boon for the green energy sector.
Google's two new computing centers are seen June 15, 2006 in The Dalles, Oregon. The centers, each the size of a football field, are located in the small Oregon town of 12,000, 80 miles east of Portland.
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Living "off the grid" in rural Wales

by Stephen Beard Dec 9, 2015
The Roe family gets its power from alternative source, like wind and hydro.

States wavering on standards for renewable energy

by Adam Allington Jul 24, 2015
Each has its own requirements.

How to grow green energy along with endowments

by David Brancaccio Aug 6, 2014
What if colleges could grow their endowment by being environmentally friendly?

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Will Obama's second term have a greener tint?

by Mark Garrison Mar 15, 2013
President Obama highlights his energy policy at an event in Illinois today. What’s that policy, and will it get more attention in the second term than it did in the first?
The Greenwash Brigade

Even a financial crisis has a green lining

by Dennis Markatos Sep 15, 2008
Wow, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch just fell in the blink of an eye. And other institutions may yet fall in the months ahead....