Green Technology Initiative Launch: Action Today to Save the Planet
The creation of a forum to educate and assist UK businesses in reducing carbon emissions from energy used by IT is announced today.
Spinal Tap to Reunite for Live Earth
Spoof rockers SPINAL TAP are to reunite for a special performance at the London leg of this year's (07) Live Earth concert series, joining the likes of Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Genesis at Wembley Stadium in July (07).
Green Experts and Tech Innovators to Discuss Environmentally Responsible Business Practices
Interwise, the global leader in unlimited voice, web and video conferencing for the enterprise, is hosting a free web seminar to help organisations become more confident that they are addressing their real Carbon Footprint.
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.
An Inconvenient Tooth: Food Is Major Contributor to Climate Change
Global warming activists have a new ally in their fight to save the planet -- lunch.
EPA Publishes National U.S. Greenhouse Gas Inventory
The US Environmental Protection Agency has released the national greenhouse gas inventory, which finds that overall emissions during 2005 increased by less than one percent from the previous year.
ConocoPhillips Supports Mandatory National Framework To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
ConocoPhillips today announced its support for a mandatory national framework to address greenhouse gas emissions and has joined the US Climate Action Partnership (USCAP), a business-environmental leadership group dedicated to the quick enactment of strong national legislation to require significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
States Reach Renewable Energy Milestone
The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) projects that 21 states and the District of Columbia that have adopted renewable electricity standards are on track to reduce their global warming emissions by 108 million metric tons (MMT) of carbon dioxide by 2020, an amount equivalent to taking 17.
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