Three More US State Capitals to Receive Green Design Assistance from EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced design assistance to help the capital cities of Michigan, Wisconsin and Washington ...

Three More US State Capitals to Receive Green Design Assistance from EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced design assistance to help the capital cities of Michigan, Wisconsin and Washington develop designs for greener, healthier, more vibrant neighborhoods. The designs will provide models for the growing number of communities interested in sustainable designs that improve the environment, strengthen local economies, and protect people’s health. The […]

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Improvements To US Army Facility Provide Huge Energy Savings

Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing and Technology Center to Receive Extensive Building Upgrades Expected to Provide $5.3 Million in Annual Savings Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and the U.S. Army today announced a $61-million infrastructure modernization project at the Rock Island Arsenal Joint Manufacturing Technology Center (JMTC). The project will support critical infrastructure improvements at the industrial […]

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Saving Green by Going Green

There is significant talk about “going green” these days. Environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient lighting, green flooring, solar power, wind power and more are all making headlines as companies continue to innovate new technology and scientists deepen their understanding of how our human habits impact the environment overall. According to SC Johnson, roughly 70 percent of Americans […]

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Community Solar Gardens Coming to Massachusetts

Clean Energy Collective brings award-winning community solar solution to Massachusetts. The popularity of solar energy is growing in Massachusetts, and Clean Energy Collective (CEC), the company responsible for introducing the community-owned solar model to consumers and utilities across the country, is poised to deliver its award winning community solar solution to the Massachusetts market within […]

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A little green in the office goes a long way

If you are renovating your office, then you should consider going green! Re-furnish your office with eco-friendly office ware If you are looking to improve your corporate social responsibility policies for 2014, then you may be reconsidering how eco-friendly you workplace is. There’s a huge emphasis on ‘going green’ in every sector of the economy, […]

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Wind Turbines Providing Renewable Energy at Honda Plant in Ohio

Two Turbines Are Projected to Supply 10 Percent of the Plant’s Electricity. Consistent with Honda’s long history of innovation and the company’s commitment to reduce CO2 emissions, Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc., has finalized installation and will begin operation of two power-producing wind turbines next week at its plant in Russells Point, Ohio, through […]

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Car of the Future, On Sale Next Year from Toyota

Reasonably priced hydrogen fuel cell electric targets 300-mile range, 3-5 minute fill-up. “We aren’t trying to re-invent the wheel; just everything necessary to make them turn,” said Bob Carter, senior vice president of automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A. Inc., at the opening of CES, the world’s largest trade show. “Fuel cell electric […]

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UN Report Promoting Low-Carbon Investment

The guide aim is to help investment promotion agencies (IPAs), especially those in developing countries, to promote low-carbon foreign investment with a view to maximizing the sustainable development impact on their host economies. The focus of the publication is on practical guidelines for identifying, targeting and servicing investors in line with defined development objectives. The […]

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Lincoln Center Campus in Portland Earns LEED Silver

Shorenstein Properties, LLC announced the LEED Silver certification of Lincoln Center, a Class A seven-building office campus located in Portland’s 217 suburban office market. Lincoln Center is the first office campus in Oregon to earn the LEED Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance designation under the LEED Group certification path. Lincoln Center offers 730,486 square feet […]

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Coworking in Africa

Advice to young African entrepreneurs just starting out, use a grassroots approach. Don’t market. Don’t put a single ad in a magazine. Never turn to Craigslist. Instead, look for a comfortable space with smart, like-minded people who aren’t employed by the same company. Look for a place where everyone can collaborate with one another to […]

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Evolutions in Corporate Governance

When the financial crisis hit in 2008, Alison Dempsey was already penning his doctoral thesis that became the basis for “Evolutions in Corporate Governance”. This book proposes a new paradigm for understanding, developing and maintaining standards of corporate governance. Re-imagines a framework within which good corporate governance is addressed alongside profitability and competition Makes a […]

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Smart Glass with a View

A seriously cool view that saves energy too. Sounds interesting doesn’t it. VIEW is a company on a mission. They manufacture Dynamic Glass creating entirely new possibilities to elevate occupant experience and change the way people think about architectural design. VIEW helps to produce buildings with the expansive views everyone craves. Energy consumed by lighting, […]

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