Energy Drinks Are Surging. So Are Their Caffeine Levels.

It has been more than 25 years since Red Bull hit the market and introduced caffeinated energy drinks to the United States. While the company claimed its beverage would “give you wings,” it never said it was actually good for people. Yet as the energy drink market continues to grow rapidly, companies both new and


A Once-Promising Green Energy Technology Hits a Roadblock

As part of The Times’s coverage of the global climate summit last year, I wrote an article about a project in Nova Scotia designed to create renewable electricity from the Bay of Fundy’s exceptional tides. Now, a regulatory roadblock means that the pilot project may soon shut down. The Bay of Fundy’s extraordinary tides have


Request to turn off lights for two hours in homes in Australia due to power crisis

Rich country Australia is now suffering from power crisis. To address the situation, New South Wales Minister of Energy Chris Bowen has advised residents of the state to save on electricity. At the same time, he requested to turn off the electric lights in the house for two hours every evening.


Wind Vitality Firm to Pay $8 Million in Killings of 150 Eagles

A wind power firm pleaded responsible final week to killing no less than 150 eagles at its wind farms and was ordered to pay $8 million in fines and restitution, federal prosecutors mentioned. The corporate, ESI Vitality, an entirely owned subsidiary of NextEra Vitality Assets, was additionally sentenced to probation for 5 years, throughout which