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American Chemical Society Calls Green Chemistry Bill a 'Smart Step'

The American Chemical Society (ACS) today praised House passage of legislation that will improve federal coordination, dissemination and investment in green chemistry research and development (R&D).


Revolutionary Design to Build a Better Light Bulb

A worldwide quest to build a better light bulb took a big leap forward with the announcement that a new Canadian technology is under development.


Sainsbury's Cuts Plastic from Packaging in Environmental Revolution

An environmental revolution in packaging was signaled today by Sainsbury's, in the biggest ever initiative to eliminate plastics from Britain's High Streets.


New Venture Capital Fund Set Up for Sustainable Technology-Based Start-Ups

Fortis Venturing, Triodos Innovation Fund and DOEN Participaties today announced that they have jointly set up Start Green: a new fund that will invest in ten Dutch starter companies engaged in sustainable technology.


Green Chemistry: Driving Profits or Just Good PR?

Initially motivated by government regulations and public relations concerns, more companies are now turning to "green" chemistry as a way to increase the bottom line.


GE Plastics Launches New Family of ecomagination Products

New High-Tech Valox iQ and Xenoy iQ Resins for Automotive Launched in Japan, Underscoring that Nation's Environmental Leadership.


Environmentally-friendly Computers Hit the Market

More than 60 desktop computers, laptops, and monitors from three manufacturers were recognized today as part of a U.


Space Environmentalism?

The publication of Space: The Fragile Frontier, a new book by Mark Williamson, marks a crossroads in space exploration and development.



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