In order to survive and thrive in the face of climate change, we need to establish and then put into practice -- as quickly as possible -- markets that utilize the value of carbon.
Easy-to-use program for selecting cost-effective, environmentally preferable building products.
NEW YORK, May 1, 2007 -- A new report from Lux Research shows that government, corporate and financial investors have picked up on the promise of clean technology, but the authors fear that a cleantech bubble is looming ahead.
BERKELEY, Calif., April 27, 2007 -- The trucks will go to the energy-bar maker's field marketing team, which drives more than 120,000 miles per year.
OAKLAND, Calif., April 26, 2007 -- The influential international expert on energy issues will contribute editorially and strategically to the publishers of GreenBiz, GreenerBuildings and ClimateBiz.
Provides an overview of the issues associated with computer disposal.
This extensive report looks at how the industries that make up 85 percent of domestic energy usage can both improve energy efficiency and reduce pollution and GHG emissions.
BOSTON, Mass., April 27, 2007 -- A new course this fall aims to help executives create and enact CSR programs for today's business leaders.
ZEELAND, Mich., April 30, 2007 -- The furniture designer's inaugural report highlights economic progress, social responsibility, and environmental stewardship.
RYE BROOK, N.Y., April 30, 2007 -- The new green fund, aimed at institutional investors, aims to tap into the growing interest of investors in environmental, social, and corporate governance issues.
ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 26, 2007 -- Governor O'Malley signed laws regulating automotive emissions, a state Green Building Council, and other conservation measures; the state also recently joined the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
NEW YORK, April 27, 2007 -- The LIME ad network will harness the power of environment-oriented blogs and websites to promote sustainable living to the booming green market.
PURCHASE, N.Y., May 1, 2007 -- The beverage giant's billion-kilowatt-hour purchase will offset 100 percent of the energy used by its U.S. operations.
It may seem like big businesses are the only companies getting buzz for going green, but for small and medium-sized enterprises, there are countless ways to reap rewards by adopting sustainable practices.
Author: Charles W. Schmidt
The state leads the country in population, economy -- and environmental problems. It's no surprise that California is also taking the lead on global warming, fighting pollution and technological innovation.