Recently, my colleague Alice McKeown posted a piece about world automobile trends on our Dateline: Copenhagen blog page. I re-post the piece here, since these trends [Read More...]
When people think about the emerging green economy, the vision is typically one of leaving behind the old dirty industries in favor of new landscapes dotted with gleaming “clean” factories. Sometimes, however, there is really no leaving behind old sites, but rather a redevelopment and conversion of them. In the United States, such sites could eventually help produce enough renewable energy to satisfy the country’s current electricity consumption.