Archives: October 2008

Climate policy vs financial crisis, round 2

Posted by: Adam Aston on October 15

Last week, I posted some worries about how the high energy prices, the credit crunch and a looming recession are likely to derail progress on climate change. In the days...

At HBS, GE's Immelt, Other Big Shots Demand Greener Energy Policy

Posted by: Adam Aston on October 13

My colleague, Cathy Arnst, is up at a Harvard B-school confab this week and sent in the following snapshot. Big business leaders are clamoring for strong green investment policies from...

Curtains for Wind (Literally)

Posted by: John Carey on October 07

Convincing local communities to allow wind farms nearby is often not an easy task. There are the obvious concerns about what the turbines will look like, how loud the spinning...

Are high energy prices good or bad for climate policy?

Posted by: Adam Aston on October 07

I think it all depends on just how bad the economy gets. I've been wrestling with this question more and more as election day draws nearer. Congressional Quarterly has a...

Relief for Renewables

Posted by: John Carey on October 03

As the country tries to figure out the impact of the mammoth $700 billion financial rescue plan just passed by Congress, there are a couple of industries that are especially...

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BusinessWeek correspondents John Carey and Mark Scott, cover the green scene, keeping on top of the business aspects of energy, the environment and climate change, as well as the technologies, policies, markets and people that are shaping how the earth's resources will be used in the century ahead.

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