Thanks to a feline mascot-turned-stationmaster, Japan’s Kishigawa railway line has seen a surge in ridership and increased tourism to boost the local economy.
One of America’s Biggest Oil Companies Aims to Go Carbon Neutral
The CEO of Occidental Petroleum has said she has ambitions to capture carbon emissions equal to the volume produced by her company’s operations. This is just one more sign of an oil industry that is working to meet the expectations of environmentally conscious consumers.
Bakersfield’s Wild Weather Reinforces the Need for Better Dust Control
Rapid shifts in weather have left many of Bakersfield, California’s roads in shaky condition. For the city’s residents, these events have only further highlighted the importance of better dust control.
US Freight Rail Industry Looks to Build on Recent Run of Success
Though the year is still young, it’s already looking extremely promising for freight rail operators. Here are the primary factors contributing to the sector’s success in 2019, and how major industry players plan to capitalize in the coming months.
Toronto’s Northland Power Converts Open Pit Iron Mine into Hydro Plant
Can a stored energy plant under development in Canada serve as a model for keeping the electrical grid charged when renewable power sources falter?