Strategies for saving power and reducing C02 emissions These two topics are intimately connected because most electrical power in the United States and Europe is provided by power companies who burn fossil fuels such as oil and natural gas to…
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In 2008 when the Lehmann Brothers collapsed and many other American companies came clean about the extent of their disastrous investments it was believed that things would change. Barack Obama was voted into the White House largely because of his…
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Starting a new business is an exciting, but busy time with so much to be done and so little time to do it in. And, if you expect to have employees, there are a variety of federal and state forms…
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Prince Charles is asking the business leaders of Britain for help fight climate change. During a speech to more than 1,200 business chiefs at St Jame’s Palace, Prince Charles asked for their assistance in finding solutions to this global problem.…
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…in the Spring. And the summer, fall and winter. I’m not sure why. Lord knows new motherhood lent me enough fodder in humor, tears, complaining, ire, spleen, vexation, tarnation, excretion, and self-absorbed self-righteousness to fill a thousand blog posts. But…
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It’s time once more for our annual Best Car To Buy award. It’s the fifth time we’ve chosen the one car or lineup, newly introduced for this model year, that represents the best new green car to enter the market.…
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The 2015 State of Green Business report is just out, our eighth annual assessment of the environmental performance of companies around the world, along with the trends to watch in the year ahead. We produce the report in partnership with…
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I use paper towels… There, I said it! I’m not proud of it, but the fact is I still have not managed to wean myself from the (bad) habit! I have other bad (eco-unfriendly) habits too, but that’s all you’re…
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