Posted March 18, 2008
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl examines whether the U.S. will meet its oil demand by oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
Posted March 15, 2008
When Cheney flies out to the Middle East Sunday, he'll raise the issue of record high oil prices. But it may not do any good, says Energy and Capital editor Ian Cooper.
Posted February 28, 2008
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl explains how oil prices will break past $120 a barrel in 2008
Posted February 22, 2008
Energy and Capital editor, Jeff Siegel reports on the potential of Cuban ethanol as Raul Castro moves into power.
Posted February 19, 2008
Today, Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why the world is facing a future energy crisis.
Posted February 15, 2008
Energy & Capital Editor Nick Hodge reveals which solar energy investments to use as a hedge against volatility.
Posted January 9, 2008
Energy and Capital international editor highlights the Trans-Mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation project.
Posted January 7, 2008
Green Chip Editor Nick Hodge discusses the increased use of geothermal power on the West Coast and how savvy investors can profit.
Posted January 2, 2008
Energy and Capital international editor Sam Hopkins looks at the reasons and opportunities associated with $100 oil.
Posted December 31, 2007
Editor Nick Hodge reviews green and alternative energy's market performance over the last year... and how cleantech stocks should continue to outperform.
Posted December 27, 2007
Today, Energy and Capital Editor Keith Kohl explains why oil prices are going to climb much higher in 2008.
Posted October 25, 2007
This week, Editor Keith Kohl takes a light-hearted look into our tightening oil markets.
Posted September 17, 2007
Under the Kyoto agreement (and even alongside it) a number of carbon reduction and trading schemes have been established, leading to what the New York Times says "will be the world's biggest commodity market, and it could become the world's biggest market over all.
Posted September 14, 2007
To some, it's just a party, but this author found many useful lessons in sustainability and self-reliance at the annual Burning Man bacchanal.
Posted August 24, 2007
What we're seeing is likely the most environmentally destructive activity man has ever attempted, with a compliant government, insatiable demand and an endless supply of capital turning it into "a speeding car with a gas pedal and no brakes."