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Archived Since:December 12, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Codexis IPO: Biofuels Firm Tests Market

Codexis Inc., a company that plans to make enzymes for the biofuels market, filed again for an IPO. Will it's timing be any better this time?

After Copenhagen, Is It Time for Geo-Engineering?

The Copenhagen climate conference's apparent failure could put the onus back on plans to tackle global warming by engineering the climate.

D’Oh: Homer Simpson and the Nuclear Revival

Nuclear power has lots of hurdles to overcome. Is Homer Simpson one of them?

Oil Prices: OPEC Stands Pat–Or Does It?

OPEC maintains current output, while actually calling for big cuts in oil production. The market yawns.

Climate Chaos: Is There a Silver Lining to the Copenhagen Fiasco?

The fiasco of trying to secure agreement between more than 190 countries in Copenhagen might give fresh legs to climate talks--with fewer players.

Copenhagen Fallout: Carbon Prices Fall on Weak Accord

Disappointed with the Copenhagen climate accord? So are the carbon markets.

Copenhagen: What Ever Happened to OPEC’s Roar?

OPEC spent the weeks prior to the Copenhagen conference warning about the dire impacts of a climate accord. So why did it fall quiet during the conference itself?

Copenhagen Blues? White House Announces ‘Meaningful Agreement’

The U.S. announces an agreement, if not a perfect one, at the Copenhagen climate summit.

Copenhagen Blues: A Last Desperate Push at Climate Summit

World leaders were meant to put the final touches on the global climate agreement, not salvage it. But the lack of a prior accord has political heavyweights scrambling late at Copenhagen.

Obama in Copenhagen: World Should ‘Embrace’ Climate Accord

President Obama said America will embrace clean energy regardless of what happens in Copenhagen, but urged the world to embrace a climate accord or fall back into "stale" bickering.

Carbon Tariffs: Rep. Levin Dishes On Obama, India in Copenhagen

Officially, the Obama administration is opposed to carbon tariffs. Unofficially, it seems they make great leverage for talks with China.

Norway Laments Climate Conference Struggles

For the Norwegians, this is more than just a mess -- it’s a disaster.

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