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.
UK and California Agree to Collaborate on Climate Change and Clean Energy
Recognizing the immediate need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the adverse consequences of climate change, Gov Arnold Schwarzenegger and British Prime Minister Tony Blair signed a groundbreaking agreement today to become partners and act aggressively to address climate change and promote energy diversity.
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.
Global Warming Endangers National Parks
Global warming is threatening the health of Yellowstone, Yosemite and ten other national parks in the West, according to a report released today by the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC).
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.
Sundance Channel Green to Launch on Sundance Channel in Early 2007
Sundance founder, Robert Redford announced today that Sundance Channel will launch SUNDANCE CHANNEL GREEN, a weekly primetime destination block focusing on environmental topics, in early 2007.
EPA Improves Standards for Recycling of Cathode Ray Tubes
EPA is streamlining the federal hazardous waste management requirements for cathode ray tubes and CRT glass destined for recycling.
The Montreal Climate Exchange
The Montreal Exchange (MX) and the Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX) announced today the establishment of the Montreal Climate Exchange (MCeX), the first environmental products market in Canada.
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