Colorado State University Announces New School of Global Environmental Sustainability
Colorado State University on Tuesday unveiled plans for the state's first School of Global Environmental Sustainability to streamline the university's internationally recognized environmental research and to prepare students for the growing "green" workforce.
How Many Hangers does it take to Fill a Landfill?
A drop of water is a very small thing, indeed - but collect billions of drops and that drop becomes a flood.
Drive with CO2 Emission Free Gasoline This Summer and Fall
TerraCuro, LLC is providing complimentary carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions offsetting for the next 12 fuel fill-ups for new TerraCuro 2_0 software users.
New Technology for N2O Destruction Helps to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) and CRI Catalyst Company LP (CRI) have concluded a License Agreement for a novel catalyst technology developed by ECN to reduce the air emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O).
Constellation NewEnergy Announces Demand Response Offerings for Ontario Electricity Consumers
Constellation Energy today announced that its subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy, is offering its NewResponse demand response program to commercial, industrial and governmental electricity customers in Ontario, Canada.
Spinwave Systems Joins Climate Savers Computing Initiative
Spinwave Systems, Inc, a leading developer of
wireless sensors and controls for energy management and building automation, has
joined the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, a non-profit organization dedicated
to reducing computer power consumption by 50 percent by 2010.
Accellion Announces Eco-Friendly Digital Delivery
Accellion, Inc today introduced a cost-efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional shipping.
Free Recycling Through the Mail
Free and green - those are the goals of a pilot program launched today by the US Postal Service that allows customers to recycle small electronics and inkjet cartridges by mailing them free of charge.
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