Climate and Clean Energy News and Commentary
Microsoft took a stand against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce yesterday, saying that the business trade group does not represent the technology company's position on climate policy.
President Obama details his plan to offer government rebates for home retrofitting, saying the measure would both create jobs and save energy.
Office buildings throughout the Puget Sound are going on a diet — an energy diet known as the "Kilowatt Crackdown." Now in its second year, the competition scores energy usage and identifies ways to save more.
Amid a general decline of manufacturing and the wreckage of the economic downturn, the company, once a traditional welding and fabrication shop, is beating the odds and emerging as a national leader in green technologies.
Green groups in Oregon are happy to see some of their top priorities enacted — especially a bill intended to help cities reduce greenhouse gases as they grow.