Although the Obama administration recently released details about its aggressive restoration plan for the Gulf Coast following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, they also indicated they will not wait for Congress to implement the vital components of the plan.
A 22-mile long oil plume has been found lurking beneath the surface in the Gulf of Mexico. The plume, which is currently located near the blown out Macondo oil well, is more than a mile wide and 650 feet tall.
Apparently taking a page out of the Exxon handbook, BP has now begun buying up scientists from universities along the Gulf Coast in an attempt to prevent them from testifying in court about the dangers of their oil spill.
The Obama Administration has been ramping up various federal government departments’ commitment to renewable energy.
You might assume that the Energy, Interior, and Agriculture departments would be going green, but you might not associate the Department of Defense (DOD) with sustainability.
According to a new report released this week by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the American Power Act, if passed, would reduce the federal deficit by as much as $19 billion over the next decade.
It has definitely been a wild week, one filled with hustle and bustle in the renewable energy arena. Surely, the most notable event this was Tesla Motor's successful move on to the stock market.
So, weekly trekkers I hope your ready to go, today's ride is an action-packed one. Strap on your helmets because...
Tonight, CNN’s Larry King Live will host a two-hour telethon to assist with Gulf Coast recovery from the disastrous BP Oil Spill.