7 things every good transportation strategy needs

Michael Sutherland | Smart Cities | December 16, 2016
Major cities everywhere are looking to increase and improve public transit. Governments are tasked with delivering the goods: effective transportation systems that support better usage and help get cars and their carbon emissions off roads.
Mohammad Sedighy

Powering remote communities and industrial facilities

Mohammad Sedighy | The Sustainable Business Model, Responsible Energy, Modern Mining | November 17, 2016
Job creation. Access to modern tools, conveniences, and facilities. Cost savings and cleaner environments. Microgrid technology is a game changer for off-grid communities and industries.
Mark Machado

Super cool crystallization ponds

Mark Machado | Modern Mining, Technology | October 31, 2016
The potash industry is alive and well, boosting crop yields to feed more people and livestock all over the world. Getting there was just a matter of the right chemistry...and a whole new way of thinking.
C. Richard Donnelly

Power dams, climate change, and extreme events

C. Richard Donnelly | Responsible Energy | September 27, 2016
Warmer temperatures. Melting glaciers. More frequent and more violent storms. With shifting climates presenting competing and conflicting risks, we need to prepare now to protect and maintain our hydroelectric dam installations.
Sanjiv Save

Oil, gas, and the future of GTL

Sanjiv Save | Responsible Energy | September 7, 2016
In the last 10 years, shale gas production has exploded in North America. Shale oil has expanded in a big way, too. Can these two competing commodities continue to coexist?