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Can Nuclear Fusion Get A Gust Of Wind With Trump’s Supposed Support?

Can Nuclear Fusion Get A Gust Of Wind With Trump’s Supposed Support?

If there is an ideal energy form, it is nuclear fusion. But the technology is one of those that is always within reach but still so far away. With that, though, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says that it is advancing the ball, as is a group of nations hard at work trying to build the first fusion reactor before 2035.

Can 3D Printing Drive Oil & Gas Climate Gains?

Can 3D Printing Drive Oil & Gas Climate Gains?

Oil majors are turning to 3D printing to improve efficiencies and profits in this era of low oil prices. But what does this new technology mean for the old-school industry’s environmental footprint? That’s more of a mixed bag.

New Call2Recycle Study Highlights the Importance of Accessibility in Driving Recycling Behavior

New Call2Recycle Study Highlights the Importance of Accessibility in Driving Recycling Behavior

By Carl E. Smith, CEO & President Call2Recycle, Inc. Ask consumers why they don’t recycle and the number one complaint is simple: It’s inconvenient. You have to collect it. You have to store it. If it isn’t paper, glass, aluminum or recycled curbside, you have to haul it somewhere. For … Read more »

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Oil Giants to Invest $1 Billion in Carbon Capture, Low-Emissions Technologies

Oil and gas giants including Shell, BP, Statoil and Total today said they will invest $1 billion in low-emissions technologies including carbon capture over the next 10 years.

Adding Wind Energy is Not As Easy as Building Wind Turbines

Adding Wind Energy is Not As Easy as Building Wind Turbines

Adding wind energy is not as “simple” as building wind farms. It also means constructing new transmission lines. Both Germany and China know this first hand.