Is Your Seafood Sustainable?
This morning Greenpeace activists have challenged the exhibitors and attendees at the European Seafood Exposition 2007, currently taking place in Brussels, about the sustainability of the seafood being bought and sold at the event.
Greenbelt Wins "Environmental Planning" National Award
The Ontario government has won a prestigious
national planning award for its Greenbelt Plan, Municipal Affairs and Housing
Minister John Gerretsen announced today.
Spring 2007 Forecast: A Green Planet and Green Economy
What does it take to build a truly sustainable society that uses clean energy and renewable fuels, and still is profitable for American businesses? It requires tremendous ingenuity and innovation, and on April 24, EPA will show that America has what it takes! Generating energy from ocean waves and producing fuel from algae are just two examples of the innovative and commercially viable ideas that EPA's National Sustainable Design Expo will display.
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.
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
The Green Grid to Hold First Technical Summit
The Green Grid, a non-profit consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems, today announced plans for a technical summit to be held April 18-19 in Denver, Co.
Get Thin To Go Green, Researchers Advise British Business
British business could save £78m in electricity bills and slash CO2 emissions by 485,000 tonnes a year switching from PCs to thin clients, it was announced today.
Niagara Farmers are Leaders in Environmental Stewardship
Farmers in Niagara lead all regions across the
Greenbelt in undertaking environmental improvement projects which qualify for
cost-sharing grants from the $1,4 million Greenbelt Farm Stewardship Program
the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation announced today.
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