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Building Hope and Sustainability

December 16, 2011

Builders of Hope is an organization headquartered in Raleigh, NC, that rehabs doomed properties and transforms them into affordable, sustainable housing. It also works to make the new homes more energy efficient in order to reduce carbon emissions and keep electricity bills lower. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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WaterAid America campaigns to help people with no access to clean water

September 15, 2010

WaterAid America and megree are currently working together to raise awareness about the impact of lack of clean water across the globe. Related Posts:Water and Wastewater Treatment Units Turn To Solar Power to Get GreenerDispatches From Ontario: Interview with Dr. Andrew BenedekBlog Action Day 2010: WaterMicrobubbles to make biofuel production more energy efficientRemember the ozone […]

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Biomass incinerator stirs controversy in Florida

September 1, 2010

A trial held last week in Gainesville, Florida, pits anti-biomass opponents against the state and an out-of-state company. Related Posts:IKEA Installs More Solar Power in FloridaAustralian region kicks off the year with solar power feed-in tariff scheme

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Campaign seeks to offset Gulf spill damage

August 1, 2010

An organization dedicated to promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency has launched a website that appeals to the current anti-oil sentiment sparked by the ongoing Gulf tragedy. Related Posts:Gulp Oil Spill First Anniversary

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Dispatch from the Amazon: the queen of biomes needs care – and global cooperation

July 29, 2010

The day the group of journalists I was visiting Brazil with by an invitation of Apex, a trade and investment agency, arrived in Brasilia for a series of meetings with government officials, the news was good. The country had managed to reduce deforestation in the Amazon region by 47% between August 2009 and May 2010, […]

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