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Chris White, who is a general manager of Internet of Things sales at the company. Cisco has said that the company's future is tied to the emerging Internet of Things trend. The trend promises to connect tens of billions of "things," from home
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is already playing off his preferred political foil at the start of his campaign for re-election Barack Obama. The Democratic president's administration gave the conservative Republican governor openings with last week's
We recently mentioned that we expected Obama's new carbon emission rules to allow a lot of flexibility to carbon companies, include the implementation of "cap-and-trade" as a market-based "enforcement" mechanism. I put "enforcement" in quotes above,
Campaign photos showing a Greek power plant and a Ukrainian model posing as a coal miner have raised questions about the authenticity of the candidates' pitches to voters in Kentucky's hard-hitting Senate race. Accusations of misusing stock photos
Last Monday, the Obama administration and the EPA announced the most comprehensive regulations yet addressing the production of greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. The proposal itself is 645 pages of legal and environmental jargon, so discussion so
At least three people died and more than ten were injured in a strong explosion at the "Kosovo A" power plant near Obili, local media are saying. (Wikimedia Commons/Radosav Stojanovi, file) According to these reports, police sources confirmed the
Xie's remarks are the first response China has made to President Barack Obama's decision on June 2 to restrict emissions from existing power plants in the US Those measures call for a 30 per cent cut in carbon emissions from existing power plants by
According to the poll, almost three out of four Pennsylvania voters (72 percent) and two of three Virginia voters (67 percent) favor the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed limits on greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Senate Republicans have written the White House, urging President Obama to repeal his recently announced power plant rule that cajoles states into imposing cap-and-trade schemes on carbon dioxide emissions. Republicans say that Obama's rule is all
Under the latest EPA regulatory onslaught (645 pages of new rules, released June 2), by 2030 states must slash carbon dioxide emissions by 30% below 2005 levels. The new rules supposedly give states flexibility in deciding how to meet the mandates.