Green at Work: Tips From Xerox to Reduce, Recycle and Recharge in the Office
Xerox is encouraging the use of more digital systems and document management services for a more efficient and environmentally friendly workplace.
Green Mountain Power "choose2bgreen" Program Allows Customers to Go Carbon Neutral
Amid growing concerns over global warming, Green Mountain Power today announced "choose2bgreen," a program that provides customers with a way to neutralize their carbon footprint through renewable power and home heating and driving offsets.
Six Grassroots Environmentalists Win $125,000 Goldman Environmental Prize
An Irish farmer jailed for his work in opposing Shell Oil's natural gas pipeline through his land and an Icelandic entrepreneur saving North Atlantic wild salmon by brokering innovative fishing rights buyouts with North Atlantic governments and commercial interests are among the winners of this year's prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize.
Spring into the Future: Sustainable, Green Designs on the National Mall
On April 24 - 25, 2007, EPA will hold the National Sustainable Design Expo which showcases the best new designs for sustainable products and technologies, also called "green technology.
One in Five Americans Suffers From Green Guilt and Many More Confess to Not Recycling
What are you guilty of when it comes to the environment? With Earth Day around the corner, the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a non-profit organization dedicated to rechargeable battery and cell phone recycling, decided to find out.
The Home Depot Introduces Eco Options
The Home Depot, the world's largest home
improvement retailer, today expanded its long-term commitment to the
environment and sustainability by launching its Eco Options program in the
DCNR Seeking Student Applicants for Environmental Careers Camps
From stream sampling of fish and aquatic life to forestry skills, high school students can explore the excitement and intrigue offered by environmental careers at two summer residential camps being offered by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
'Hey, Your Hummer Ran Over My Polar Bear!'
Bay Area residents concerned about the climate crisis are joining with thousands across
America in the largest ever National Day of Climate Action on Saturday,
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