California is headed for a second energy crisis, according to Over a Barrel: How to Avoid California's Second Energy Crisis, a new report released today by the Union of Concerned Scientists and Surface Transportation Policy Project. Despite the recent drop in prices at the pump, California is on a path to gasoline shortages and price shocks that could hit as early as next spring. To avoid this potential crisis, California must begin reducing its demand for gasoline.
During a summer in which rising fuel prices, rolling power blackouts and other energy shortages are focusing attention on the environment, high school students from the coast of Maine, the Arizona desert and the mountains of British Columbia gather today for a five-day experience of a lifetime at the 2001 Canon Envirothon environmental science competition.
Napier Environmental Technologies Inc. (T-NIR) announces that it has obtained an injunction from the Supreme Court of British Columbia which found that certain former employees had continuing fiduciary obligations and ordered that these former employees and their affiliated company cease and desist in the manufacture, development and distribution of products similar to those produced by Napier.
The Marine Safety Group (MSG), a south Florida non-profit public advocacy organization, sharply criticized a recent press release (July 18) issued by The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and aimed at dispelling fears of shark attack in Florida waters.
Are there advantages to working with smaller consulting firms? 'Yes, say the clients of Client First Associates, Inc., a management and organizational development consulting firm based in Northampton, Mass.