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Cities Worldwide Seek to Produce Recycled Energy
In the last two years, a new technology that produces energy from waste has become popular in European and Asian countries, such as Korea and Japan. Korea’s Incheon city is currently running a facility...
New Energy Initiative Focuses on Benefits of Shale
Colombus, U.S.A. -- The U.S. Chamber's Institute for 21st Century Energy on July 17 launched a major new campaign focused...
New Green Transportation Initiative
New York, U.S.A. -- In an effort to reduce vehicle air pollution, Duane Reade, in partnership with Mission Electric, is turning...
Verizon Recognized For Leadership in Green Building Design
Basking Ridge, U.S.A. -- Verizon Wireless have announced that its green retail store design has achieved pre-certification in...
Germany Gets Serious About Solar Power
Berlin, Germany and San Francisco, U.S.A. -- Solar power accounted for 10 percent of Germany's total electricity production...
Protect America’s Forests: Don’t Move Firewood
Arlington, U.S.A. -- Thousands of Americans celebrate Independence Day by heading to national and state parks, campgrounds,...
Energy Recovery to Be Part of America’s Energy Strategy
Washington, U.S.A. -- The American Chemistry Council (ACC) hosted on June 28th a forum, "Unlocking the Vast Potential of Energy...
U.S. Resolves to Take the Lead in Whale Conservation
Washington, U.S.A. -- With President Barack Obama declaring June "National Oceans Month," the sanctity of the marine ecosystem...
New Competition Awards Green Businesses
Washington, U.S.A. -- Individuals running a green business or support a company that supports the environment can submit...
New Green Technology Cools Drinks Without the Fridge
Guildford, England -- The first dispenser in Europe of drinks using new technology is unveiled at the University of Surrey...
Scotland California Partnership for Marine Energy
San Francisco, U.S.A. - Renewable resources will make Scotland the "Silicon Valley" of marine energy in the same way that...
Lonesome George Dies, Giant Tortoise Species Extinct
Lonesome George, the last of his subspecies, has died, leaving the Galapagos with one less species. Lonesome George was a member...
Sustainable Energy Week Has Twitterview with Sven Giegold
On June 20 The Week of Sustainable Energy 2012 will host an interview with European diplomat Sven Giegold. The Twitterview,...
New Massachussetts Recycling Challenge Launched
Boston, U.S.A- The Massachusetts Beverage Association and the Massachusetts Food Association announced on June 21st that...
SC Johnson Factory Switching to Green Energy
Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A. - SC Johnson continues to build its legacy as an environmental champion with the announcement that...
Sustainable Pesticide Use Conference Held in Romania
Brussels, Belgium - During a few days in mid-June, a delegation of over 50 crop protection industry and authority representatives...
Buddhist Leader Urges More Environmental Action
Tokyo, Japan - Daisaku Ikeda, president of the Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Buddhist association, issued a proposal on June...
25 Plants Blamed For Half of Great Lake’s Mercury Poisoning
Chicago, U.S.A. - Just ahead of a major U.S. Senate vote on the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to clean up mercury...
Plastic Bag Solutions: More than Recycling
Plastic bags originally became popular in the 1980’s, when businesses made the switch away from paper bags to cut back...
Brazilian President Edits Controversial Rainforest Bill
Just a few weeks before hosting the UN Sustainable Development Conference, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff vetoed 12 of 84 points...
Are EPA Regulations Misleading?
Texas, U.S.A - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency relied on four highly questionable assumptions in 2009 to drastically...
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Sunlight-Generated Lamp Lights up Small City in Indonesia
February 25 Children in Kedungnoyo, Indonesia witnessed electronic light for the first...
Cleantech and New Energy Awards 2012 Announced
London, U.K. -- As The New Economy announces the winners of the Cleantech and New Energy...
World Car Free Day!
Every September 22, the world celebrates world car free day. The celebration includes...
Luxury Hotels Go Green
Ecotourism, or environmentally responsible travel, is no longer just a trip with...
MaRS Cleantech Invests in Woodland Biofuels
Toronto, Canada -- The MaRS Cleantech Fund is pleased to announce the completion...
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Revived Hope of Peace: Global Peace and Unity 2013
While 2013 was marked by waves of mass murder, civil unrest, oppression, racism,...
UK Parliament Says No to Syria Conflict, Sets Precedent...
David Cameron was dealt an unexpected blow when the House of Commons rejected military...
Britain's Royal Family Welcomes Baby Boy
The Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) has given birth to a healthy baby boy after...
The Upton Bill: The End Of Obamacare and Future Of The Democratic...
Friday the 15th in Washington featured the 261 to 157 Congressional approval of the Upton...
Additive Manufacturing or Addictive Manufacturing?
Prior to additive manufacturing, technology had always been driven by cost-centric...
3D Manufacturing: Engineering of the Future
Today we see a greater widespread and application of process manufacturing turned...
2012: A Busy Year for American Red Cross with 113 Disasters
Washington, U.S.A. -- In a busy year filled with hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires,...
U.S. Medical Care Resembles "Vampire Economy," Surgeon...
Tucson, U.S.A. -- The United States is forfeiting a half century of leadership in medical...
Give Miracles: Campaign to Raise $7.5 Million for Autism...
Philadelphia, U.S.A. -- The Center for Autism Research at The Children's Hospital...
Kelvin Doe: "They call me DJ Focus"
Meet Kelvin Doe. He’s the 16 year old inventor that has recently been a hit among...
Tragedy Strikes Foremost South African Orchestra
The economic crisis is ongoing. South Africans, however, seem to be facing an economic...
Zambians on Second Term for Barack Obama
Zambia, together with many African countries, has welcomed the second term for the US president...
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