CalSTEP Unveils Action Plan to Boost California's Energy Security
Against a backdrop of advanced vehicles and lower-polluting fuels, the California Secure Transportation Energy Partnership (CalSTEP) today unveiled a comprehensive set of actions geared toward increasing California's transportation energy efficiency and alternative fuel use by 2020.
Green Development Leads By Example
Work has now started on Shrewsbury's innovatory new Environmental Technology Centre on a site adjacent to the Gateway at Coton Hill.
Lack of Incentives Prevent Employees Going Green at Work
Lack of incentive and leadership from bosses is causing UK employees to leave their environmental conscience at home, needlessly costing UK businesses thousands of pounds in energy bills, and emitting hundreds and thousands of tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere, according to independent research commissioned by international solutions provider, Logicalis.
Sundance Channel's THE GREEN Presented by Robert Redford Launches April 17, 2007
Sundance Channel's THE GREEN, a new weekly primetime destination focusing on environmental topics, launches April 17, 2007 at 9pm.
Lear Introduces SoyFoam Technology for Automotive Seating Applications
Lear Corporation, one of the world's leading automotive interior suppliers, today announced it has developed SoyFoam, a soybean oil-based flexible foam material for automotive interior applications.
LCD Brightness Enhanced with Low-Power LED Backlighting
CI Lumen Industries, a leading provider of enhancements and retrofitting for flat panel LCD solutions, now offers a patent-pending LED backlighting solution for a variety of display panels.
Sun Microsystems Continues Global Commitment to Eco Responsible Computing
Reiterating its commitment to sustainable computing, Sun Microsystems, a global technology leader and creator of the Solaris Operating System, today showcased its progress in lowering the environmental impact of information-intensive companies.
Human Footprint Too Big for Nature
The world's natural ecosystems are being degraded at a rate unprecedented in human history, according to a report released today by WWF, the global conservation organization.
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