Does the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 truly reflect the needs of Americans? Tell us what you need for a personal economic boost and contribute to The Takeaway's Economic Stimulus Plan of 2009.
Maybe you need a home loan, tuition or credit cards paid off. Tell us and we'll do two things: First, we'll automatically add it to a "user-generated" bill, The Takeaway's Economic Stimulus Plan of 2009. Second, we'll have our powerful cadre of lobbyists influence members of Congress to — Oh, budget cuts...
While green investors are throwing money at solar, wind and nuclear technology, researchers are exploring some innovative and surprisingly attractive alternatives to the alternatives.
Read our top ten list, including notes on the possible impacts of the technologies in 2020 from The Energy Roadmap's Garry Golden.
All this week, The Takeaway is on a Power Trip, taking an in-depth look at the future of energy: technologies, ideas, innovators, and your stories about saving energy.
Political and industrial leaders are now in near consensus: The world must change how it produces and consumes energy to address the geopolitical and environmental challenges of our current energy systems. The transition will take decades, but the vision is starting to come into focus.
A message from the welcoming committee at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
For the actual news from Davos, listen to our segment with the New York Times' Andrew Ross Sorkin.