NRDC Expert Blog
We mark this Asian Pacific American Heritage Month by celebrating the stories and experiences of Asian Americans behind our country’s national monuments and sites.
The plan will help emerging and developing economies save billions of dollars and prevent millions of tons in carbon emissions.
Updated on October 21, 2008 -- Corporate social responsibility" (CSR) is all the rage today in corporate America.
Interesting article by a Texas college professor who points out that most Americans wouldn't recognize crude oil if it oozed onto their lap.
When I step into the polling booth, I base my vote on a host of issues related to the records (and promises) of those vying for political office. But most important to me is what a candidate has done or is willing to do to protect the environment.
Today a federal judge agreed to allow the federal government to withdraw their delisting proposal and reinstate endangered species protections to wolves in the northern Rockies.
"We built a really inefficient environment with the greatest efficiency ever known to man." -- Andy Karsner, Asst Sec for Energy and Efficiency and Renewable Energy at Department of Energy, as quoted in Tom Friedman's Hot, Flat and Crowded
Today, Prince Albert II of Monaco, along with a number of secondary school students and teachers of the principality, are attending The Second International Symposium in a High CO2 World, a conference on ocean acidification.