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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Reinventing the wheel

August 20, 2010

We all know that cycling is one of the most environmentally friendly ways to get around. With that in mind, the Copenhagen Wheel is making the cycling experience even better. Related Posts:Copenhagen summit starts todayReligious groups pledge to go green

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California launches renewable energy web tools

April 27, 2010

In order to coincide with Earth Day, celebrated globally on April 22, the California Independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) opened access to information about how green the grid is via two web-based tools. The tools “make clean, green energy production transparent on an hourly and daily basis”, says California ISO. Related Posts:Happy World Environment DaySwitching […]

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San Jose in California has a Green Vision of the future

April 2, 2009

The City of San Jose in California boasts impressive green credentials. Currently, 12% of its power is supplied by renewable sources. The City is also home to a bevy of solar power companies. But the local administration wants to achieve more than that and in order to hurl itself towards a greener future, San Jose […]

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New technology focus: C02 to fuel

October 31, 2008

A Santa Barbara-based developer of technology to transform carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into gasoline and other fuels earlier this week announced that it anticipates the completion of a prototype that will demonstrate its biocatalytic CO2 to fuel process by Q1 2009. Related Posts:No Related Posts Found! Go find some…

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