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Are We Free to Pollute the Atmosphere? Climate Change, Wealth and Liberty - Part 1

by: Michael Hoexter

In Part 1 of this two part post I look at climate change regulation from the perspective of  political fights around the concept of freedom and government intervention. As it turns out, the philosophical discipline of ethics has something interesting to say about these conflicts.

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The Death of Hydrogen? Fuel Cells, Marketing and the Future.

by: Michael Hoexter

Hydrogen has been one of those bright shiny ideas that has caught the fancy of technologists and politicians alike. Here was a clean fuel that you could get behind: the only emission it produces was good old H20 and major automotive companies and very smart academics were working on making it happen.

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The 'Social Footprint' of Climate Change

by: Joel Makower

A new report offers a methodology for calculating your company's social footprint on climate change.

Your company's what?

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How to Get a Toehold on Your Company's Climate Footprint

by: Joel Makower

What's your climate footprint? It's a hot question these days -- one being asked increasingly of companies by customers, investors, activists, regulators, and others.

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A Tale of Two Chinas

by: Joel Makower

Viewing China through an environmental lens these days is like trying to solve a bogus Sudoku puzzle: It just doesn't add up.

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