On the heels of a boycott sparked by opposition to Donald Trump, the Ivanka Trump brand is off to a rocky start in 2017 — but can the boycotters take credit?
Author: Tina Casey
Donald Trump is bleeding support from top U.S. business leaders by the bucket: In the latest news, 97 top tech companies joined in one massive legal brief against the so-called Muslim ban.
In a significant development for corporate social responsibility, Donald Trump’s Muslim ban is prompting U.S. companies to become high-profile change agents.
Silicon Valley billionaire investor Peter Thiel remains a Donald Trump supporter, even after the controversial travel restrictions. And his ambivalence toward Trump’s Muslim ban is beginning to undercut other tech companies’ efforts to push back.
President Trump’s executive order on immigration could deepen the tension between Facebook employees and Board of Directors member Peter Thiel, a vocal Trump supporter.
Trump or no Trump, the U.S. Department of Energy is still cooking up ways to get zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered vehicles into the hands of motorists.
Understanding the forces that determine the pace of the clean-energy revolution in different parts of the world is the somewhat daunting task undertaken by IRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency. TriplePundit spoke with IRENA’s director general to get the inside scoop.
If you’re looking for some good news to chase away the clouds looming over the U.S. renewables picture, you can find it at the 2017 International Renewable Energy Agency Assembly in Abu Dhabi this weekend. TriplePundit is there to bring it to you straight!
Leading members of the American business community are already transitioning to renewable energy because it makes good bottom-line sense. For now, they are using mostly off-the-shelf systems, but technology gains could revolutionize our electric grids even further.
If the story of cooperation in space is a guide, Russia’s decision to compete in the global market for renewable energy technology could be a game-changer.
Atlantic Coast states won a reprieve from seismic air gun testing, which local stakeholders say would be a first step toward offshore oil and gas drilling.