Monthly Archives: April 2010 More Monthly Archives Using Anchor Institutions to Create Sustainable Communities–The Cleveland Experience Carbon Voyage: A Green Voyage to and from the Airport Part Two: Interview with Shareable.net’s Neal Gorenflo Kopernik Connects the Developing World with Appropriate Technology “DriveMyCar” – Would Americans Get Out of Their Cars – And Lend Them to Strangers? Solar Water Heater Firms in UK Accused of Misinformation What is an ecoATM? Greener Pharmaceuticals an RX for Drug Pollution On-Site Micro Wind Turbines Provide Power to Sam’s Club Green Rooftops and Other “Green Infrastructure”: An Overview KfW Bankengruppe’s Green Building, Green Loans, and Walking the Walk Better Place Starts Electric Vehicle Battery Swap in Japan Two Offshore Scenarios: Clean Wind and Burning Oil Indonesia Vs. The Volcano: A $12 Billion Geothermal Dream PUMA’s Commitment to Environmental Conservation How Sustainability Can Be Incorporated Into Executive Compensation Chinese Communist Party Tops Green Companies List Cape Wind Project Approved in Huge Boost For American Clean Energy Smart Elevators Bring You There Faster & More Efficiently Measuring the Business Impact of Community Involvement Fonkoze Aims to Bring Sustainability to Lives of Haitian Women LCA Sustainable Supply Chain USA This Week in Chicago Where’s the Beef? Amtrak’s Putting It in the Engine! Sick Streams: Environmentalists Mass Against Massey Santa Barbara Drilling Compromise Faces Skepticism Why Doesn’t Goldman Sachs Bailout Greece? Buying American Wind Seventh Generation’s Jeffrey Hollender on Holistic CSR Industrial Ecology: Paradigm Shift or Emerging Discipline? Small Is Beautiful–Communities Fight GHG Emissions IBM: Managing Risk in the Global Supply Chain What If We Never Had Fossil Fuels? From Coal to Carbon to Baking Soda? NBC Uses Behavior Placement During Green Week Greens Pound Democrats For Climate Bill Collapse What Is All the Fuss About Sara Lee’s EarthGrains Bread With Eco-Grains? Consumers Reluctant to Hand Over Control to Smart Appliances: Survey Opportunity Fund Responds to NYTimes’ Critique of Microlending As Walmart Gets Greener, Major Labor Lawsuit Looms Collapse of Climate Bill Blow to Green Sector’s Hopes Pricing Emissions: Political Will Needed What Does the Catholic Church Have to do with Carbon Offsets? Fortune Brainstorm Green: What Do Environmentalists Want? Houston Launches $23 Million Building Efficiency Project Solar-Powered Internet Cafés Bring Hope to Remote Zambian Villagers How My Landlord Went Solar I’d Like a Little CDP With My GDP: Google Adds Carbon Data To Finance John Maynard Keynes, Milton Friedman, and F.A. Hayek Compared Alterra Coffee Plus Mars’ Flavia: A Sustainable Combo? Starbucks Holds Cup Summit, More Talk About Reducing Environmental Impact Fair Trade Gold Standard Could Revolutionize Mining and Jewelry Greenpeace Attacks Kerry’s Climate Bill Preview Highlights from Investors’ Circle Conference, Winners of West Coast Village Capital Does Amonix Bet Mean Less is More in Solar Power? Part One: Interview with Shareable.net’s Neal Gorenflo ReRides Takes Upcycling Out of the Green Ghetto Maximizing Efficiency: How Much Toothpaste Can’t Be Squeezed Out? Five Common Corporate Energy Efficiency Roadblocks Identified IBM and Columbia University Team Up to Provide Sustainable Skills Training Project FROG: Leaping Ahead in Green Construction Heineken Aims for World’s Greenest Brewer Title in 10 Years Startup Friday: Closing the Loop Between Soiled Diapers and Soil Time to Fiesta: Pushing 40 MPG at $13K Capturing the Promise of Renewable Energy Manufacturing Jobs: An Interview with Stephanie Burns of Dow Corning Earth Day: Pimp Your Eco-Products Here! Should Greenhouse Gas Emissions Be Confidential? Huge Venture Capital Deal for Solar Company Amonix Announced The Future of Money and Technology Summit How Earth Day Recycling Events Can Actually Harm the Earth Conflict of Interest Uncovered in AB32 Study as Climate Law Battle Continues Reflections on 40 Years of Earth Days Intuit Gives a Voice to Local Businesses That Make a Difference New Collaboration on Climate Journalism Launched Do You Know What Going to the Office Costs the Planet? The Case for a Carbon Tax Once its Time Has Come (and Gone), Toss this Watch in the Compost Pentagon Puts a Hold on Nation’s Largest Wind Farm 5,000 Plumbers in 40 States Show How “Going Green” Grows Client Base Nicaragua: Opportunities at the “Bottom of the Pyramid” Deutsche Bank: The Payoff in Building Green A Free Market Earth Day List Michigan’s Ambitious Green Job Strategy: An Interview with Stanley “Skip” Pruss Can Cap and Dividend Save Cap and Trade? US to Latin America: We Can’t Get Off Fossil Fuel, But We Will Advise You How You Can US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Dropped 2.9 Percent in 2008 BP Oil Sands Resolution Defeated As New Pipeline Moves Forward World Bank Report Says East Asia Could Stabilize Emissions By 2025 Beijing’s Trash Problem Needs More Recycling, Not Deodorant Guns Nicaragua’s AsoFénix: Leapfrog Development Greenwash? Time’s Up! How “Single Factor Sustainability” Will Cost You Nissan Leaf Early Reservation List Starts Tomorrow Johnson Controls’ Global Reporting Initiative Report Should Be a Model Carbon Trading: A Market Treehuggers and Investment Bankers Can All Call Home CSR Reporting: When is Enough, Enough? Views from Intel and Merck Chipotle: Fast But Not Junk Food Zella’s Soulful Kitchen: Bringing Healthy, Organic Soul Food to Whole Foods and Hospitals Is Tree Guilt Justified? Tax Day No Big Deal For ExxonMobil, GE We Hardly Know You, Help Us Change That! What Would an Icelandic Volcano Do to American Transportation?