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Imagine standing on a street corner in Manhattan, in need of a taxi to take you from Union Square up to Columbia University. You punch your destination into an app on your phone, which tells you the cab should be there in 30 seconds. A car pulls up as promised ... keep reading
The US solar industry is undergoing some serious growing pains, with bankruptcies and mergers a necessary part of that process; meanwhile, competition from Chinese solar panels has many believing that American solar simply cannot compete. Not so. Solar's track record is certainly not inspiring: The past couple of years ... keep reading
DRIVE-BY THERMAL IMAGING HELPS SAVE ENERGY LOSS AND LOWER COSTS By Lamya Hussain on March 28, 2012 in Share2 Essess is a SAAS-based provider, which collects data and analyzes the overall building energy efficiency performance. Essess products mainly focus on energy loss detection, diagnostics, artificial intelligence and physical modeling ... keep reading
The Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize 2012 has been awarded to the Mayor of New York City, Michael Bloomberg and the Departments of Transportation, City Planning and Parks and Recreation for orchestrating the remarkable transformation of the city. Chairman of the Prize Nominating Committee, Kishore Mahbubani said: "The City ... keep reading
Despite the noticeable upward trend in sustainable business practices, many companies are still hesitant to take this leap. Incorporating sustainability into a vision statement often demands sweeping changes to the financial, social and environmental objectives of an organization. Companies such as Coca-Cola, Wal-Mart, and Johnson & Johnson are proving that implementing ... keep reading
Zayed Future Energy Prize – awarded annually to large corporations, individuals, small businesses and non-governmental organizations that have made significant contributions to the future of energy, climate change and sustainability – today announced its 2012 awards winners from the World Future Energy Summit, distributing US$3.5 million to winners and runners-up ... keep reading
In November 2011, Secretary Chu appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee and outlined the choices for the US in the competition for the clean energy jobs of tomorrow. What he said is clear an unequivocal."When it comes to the clean energy race, America faces a simple choice ... keep reading
Patent attorney Jonathan Lucas overviews five recent advances in technology that give reason for optimism when it comes to climate change. Is the atmosphere half full or half empty? Global warming is a gloomy subject. Not surprising, considering the disastrous consequences of anthropogenic impacts on the atmosphere predicted by many ... keep reading
Tripbase Travel have looked at a a number of green places to visit .We start this with their most eco-friendly country, Iceland Iceland The environmental Performance Index scrutinizes the world's nations on both their ecosystem vitality and their environmental public health. From 11th place in 2008, Iceland rocketed straight ... keep reading
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