Business & Economics

Global climate change will have massive economic impact. Learn how changes in the environment will affect the bottom line for businesses and cost - or save - you money in your pocketbook.

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An experimental proposal to reduce the devastation caused by hurricanes to humans and the environment. An important part of any geo-engineering plan is the ability to turn it off. This method can be instantly turned off without any residual effects... Read More
Mag-Lev/Regenydyne Corporation
If Magneto and Storm from X-Men had a love child, what energy innovation would their offspring create? Regenydyne broaches one possibility.
Project Home 2011 scientific research
The scientific research project, Project Home 2011, which was an investor funded research project from 1979 to January 1, 2011, has devised a new technology using electromagnetic forces on the quantum level to motivate a vehicle, including the... Read More
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities
On the rooftop garden of Toronto's Evergreen Brickworks, Steven Peck, President and Founder of environmental not-for-profit Green Roofs for Healthy Cities explains the benefits of rooftop urban agriculture. An online training course on the history... Read More
Planet Forward
Can your community turn tragedy into opportunity? Bill Worthen, American Institute of Architects' National Director and Resource Architect for Sustainability, sits down with us to talk about LEED certification and how disaster can provide... Read More
Planet Forward
Ecovative Design is developing packaging material that is affordable and biodegradable. The secret: fungi and agricultural waste. In this month's Nightly Business Report segment we visit Ecovative's lab and get up close and personal with the new... Read More
OriginOil
OriginOil (originoil.com) CEO Riggs Eckelberry discusses the company's recent turn from research toward commercial pilots.
Planet Forward
Social networks have the power to link cultures across continents. See how energy demand response companies, such as Enernoc, wired their networks to fend off this summer's heat waves, which scorched communities from New York to Texas.WATCH!
I talk to Jeremy Symons, senior vice president of the National Wildlife Federation, about his testimony at a House Energy Commerce Subcommittee on Energy Power Subcommittee hearing on a proposed tar sands pipeline.
Second Nature
University of Montana president George Dennison discusses how biomass converters, such as the university's approximately $16 million project, will save his and other institutions money.

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