The clean energy economy is emerging as one of the great global economic and environmental opportunities of the 21st century. In a recent report, The Pew Charitable Trusts, an American nonprofit organization, reports which are the world’s leaders in the clean energy industry, over the past four years.
Leaders of about four dozen nations and non-government organizations were called to Washington to discuss security of nuclear materials.
U.S. President Barack Obama convened the high-profile meeting to look into what he called the most severe security issue for the United States -- the possibility that a terror group such as al-Qaida obtained nuclear materials and used them in an attack on U.S. interests.
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