Solar design and installation company empowers employees to be owners

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PV Squared Is Setting New Standards in the Renewable Energy Industry, One Employee at a Time

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Former TransCanada Employee: Keystone XL is Poorly Built, “Will Likely Leak”

August 14, 2013 by  
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Despite the best efforts of the fossil fuel industry, the northern portion of the Keystone XL pipeline expansion is still in a holding pattern. What many people don’t realize is that the southern portion , which runs from Texas to Oklahoma, is 90 percent complete and likely to come online later this year. A former TransCanada employee recently came forward to expose the company’s lies about just how safe the pipeline will actually be. “The company is still ignoring the engineering codes and regulations that guide pipeline construction…Keystone XL will likely leak,” the whistleblower told The Texas Observer . Read the rest of Former TransCanada Employee: Keystone XL is Poorly Built, “Will Likely Leak” Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: engineering , environmental disaster , fossil fuels , keystone , keystone xl , oil pipeline , oil sands , renewable energy , tar sands , transcanada        

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Fish Fingers, Biomass Part of Birds Eye’s New Green Strategy

July 12, 2010 by  
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U.K. food giant outlines plans to deliver deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, landfill waste and water use.

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What’s the ROI of Employee Volunteering?

July 12, 2010 by  
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The HandsOn Network has revised its standards for reporting on employee volunteer programs to better help companies evaluate programs and measure the impact of volunteering.

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Interpreting Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Claims

July 12, 2010 by  
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Which materials can be claimed as pre-consumer recycled content — and which definitely can’t?UL Environment has developed this white paper to provide clarity about guidelines to validate claims of pre-consumer recycled content and to serve as a reference for manufacturers.

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10 Things I’ve Learned About Making a Big Company a Green Giant

July 12, 2010 by  
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Procter & Gamble’s VP of global sustainability shares some of the lessons he’s learned while bringing sustainability to a company as large as P&G.

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Danish Crown Prince to Drive Fisker Karma to Copenhagen Climate Conference

December 15, 2009 by  
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Photo: Fisker Automotive First Non-Fisker Employee to Drive the Karma PHEV Henrik Fisker, the founder of Fisker Automotive, was born in Denmark, home of the COP15 climate conference. We’re not sure if he had a royal connection or if it is the Danish crown prince Frederik himself who asked Fisker for a ride, but it looks like the Prince is going to be driving a Kar…

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Alaskan Coastline Triple-Threatened, Eroding at Incredible 45 Feet Per Year (Video)

December 15, 2009 by  
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Photo via University of Colorado at Boulder A study out of the University of Colorado at Boulder shows that a substantial piece of the northern Alaska coastline is eroding at an astonishing rate of 45 feet a year thanks to three major threats – less ice, more waves, and warmer water.

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