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India Solar Rising

Future Shines Bright for Solar Energy Use in India Phil Dierking and Alice Bryant, January 15, 2017 (Voice of America) “The falling cost of solar energy technology is helping India increase its production of electricity…[and] helping...Show More Summary

Of presidents and prices: How commodities compare under Trump, Obama

As the book closes Friday, January 20, 2017, on President Barack Obama’s two terms, here are the price averages during his tenure for some key commodity benchmarks, as well as the latest price. The commodities clock during PresidentShow More Summary

US District Court Upholds Conviction of Mining Boss for Safety Violations

A US District Court has upheld the conviction of a former coal mining chief executive for violating mine safety laws.

What Environmental Legal Challenges Can Businesses Expect from Activists During Trump’s Rein?

A rollback in environmental regulations and enforcement may mean an increase in citizen lawsuits and private litigation.

More FTT for Zayo in Colorado

Zayo has won another fiber-to-the-tower deal, this time in its home turf along Colorado's Front Range.  A major wireless carrier has signed on for a dark fiber solution that will help it implement a C-RAN architecture in the region.... [visit site to read more]

Mapping Out a Low-Carbon Future

Fulfilling the promise of the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change — most notably the goal of limiting the rise in mean global surface temperature since preindustrial times to 2 degrees Celsius — will require a dramatic transition away from fossil fuels and toward low-carbon energy sources. Show More Summary

The Future is California: How the State is Charting a Path Forward on Clean Energy

The late California historian Kevin Starr once wrote, “California had long since become one of the prisms through which the American people, for better and for worse, could glimpse their future.” These words have never felt truer. Just ask Gov. Show More Summary

Desalination and Energy Consumption

Fresh water is a necessity in everyday life, and is vital for the survival of human beings. The ability to get fresh water in dry areas, or in times of shortage, comes from the process of desalination, where the salt in seawater is displaced and it becomes drinkable water.

Are You Missing Employment Connections?

When hiring employees, managers and recruiters are often overwhelmed with submissions. However, if you give in to what is often a rushed environment, quality candidates can slip through the cracks, causing you to miss valuable employment connections. Show More Summary

Power Sector Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall Below Transportation Sector Emissions

U.S. carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the transportation sector reached 1,893 million metric tons (MMmt) from October 2015 through September 2016, exceeding electric power sector CO2 emissions of 1,803 MMmt over the same time per...

Not Prepared? 5 Ways to Fix it

Landing a job interview isn't easy in a very competitive labor market. You busted your tail to create a compelling cover letter and a dynamic resume, and you talked to your professional references. If you still don't think you're prepared for the interview, these five tips can help. Show More Summary

Friday Bytes: Wave, Crown Castle, DE-CIX

Here's a quick roundup of some other items to finish out the week: two bits of M&A news and an interesting global interconnection collaboration.... [visit site to read more]

Final Latch Secured On LPTV Freezer

The FCC has announced that effective immediately, it will no longer accept applications for construction permits for new digital companion channels filed by analog Low Power Television stations.  While this article refers to only LPTV stations, TV translators are subject to all the same rules and to the new freeze. This freeze removes the only … Continue Reading

Do You Have a Program in Place to Retain High Potential Employees?

High potential employees, among a company’s greatest assets, are highly skilled and experienced and have the aptitude and aspirations to take their company in a positive direction. They are also engaged in the company’s culture and industry. Show More Summary

Eduardo Porter says states that close nuclear are going in wrong direction for climate

In a recent New York Times column titled On Climate Change, Even States in Forefront Are Falling Short, Eduarto Porter begins by lauding California’s claimed position as a leader in environmental consciousness. He points to recent political...Show More Summary

Manufacturers Want Trump to Rollback Cumbersome Regulations

Manufacturers collectively face more than 297,000 restrictions on their operations from federal regulations. That’s what the National Association of Manufacturers is reporting, saying that if the cost of those rules were cut then they could allocate capital to everything from research to modern technologies to jobs. The trade association says... Read more »

Market Advances Make Paris Pullback a Tough Job for Trump, says EDF

American business says it is committed to carbon reduction and green technologies. What kind of impact will this have on President Trump?

Video Game Culturalization: Definition and Best Practices (IGDA LocSIG)

The Best Practices for Game Localization is a true gem of information kindly shared by the IGDA LocSIG. It contains everything one needs to know about game localization. The format in which it is shared might make it a little…

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