First Takes: The Solyndra Saga Continues, Stopping Glass Buildings from Killing Birds & More

September 15, 2011 by  
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Solyndra takes center stage in D.C., policymakers try to stop glass buildings from killing birds, the EPA chief pays a visit to Method, and more are making green headlines.

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First Takes: Benyus, Hansen Among Heinz Award Winners, Biofuels Not So Green? & More…

September 14, 2011 by  
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Why Iceland only has 11 electric vehicles, Ford brings gamification to vehicle software, and an accounting error means biofuels may be a lot less green than thought, along with other stories in our morning roundup.

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First Takes: Google Unveils Carbon Footprint, FBI Pays Solyndra a Visit, & More …

September 9, 2011 by  
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Google discloses carbon footprint for the first time, Starbucks holds third cup summit today, and more.

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First Takes: Unilever Gets to Zero in the UK; Schneider In, HP Out at DJSI, & More…

September 8, 2011 by  
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Unilever hits its zero-waste-to-landfill goal for its U.K. manufacturing options, American Le Mans Racing hops on the green bandwagon, and more in our morning news roundup.

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First Takes: US Gives Solar $145M Shot in the Arm, Green Investment Tops $2T, & More

September 6, 2011 by  
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On the heels of Solyndra’s collapse, the U.S. signals its ongoing commitment with a $145-million infusion for projects to develop low-cost solar power, China’s jonesing for GM’s Volt technology, Germany reaches a green power milestone, and more.    

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First Takes: Biden Urges More Cleantech Investment, How to Recycle EV Batteries, & More…

August 31, 2011 by  
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The vice president’s talk at the National Clean Energy Summit, a sub-$15 LED bulb, and creating fuel from sewage are among the items on our radar this morning.

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Hotel Giants Unite to Develop Carbon Footprint Standards

August 31, 2011 by  
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A group of heavy-hitting hotel chains are joining forces to create a sector-specific single methodology for measuring and communicating greenhouse gas inventories.

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First Takes: US Navy Commits $500M to Biofuels, VW Bets Big on Renewables, & More

August 30, 2011 by  
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The Navy, DOE and Ag department launch a three-year $510-million-plus project to boost use of advanced biofuels in ships, planes and vehicles, a top clothing retailer in Japan brings its recycling program to the U.S. and Jelly Belly Candy Company taps into high-tech water saving.

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First Takes: Tar Sands Pipelines Gets Approval, EV Batteries Get a New Life, & More

August 29, 2011 by  
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The State Department makes a trans-continental oil pipeline closer to reality, genetically modified crops lose their effects on bugs, and old car batteries get put to use in smart grids in today’s mostly-bad-news roundup.

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First Takes: Is the Deepwater Well Still Leaking? GM & LG Team Up on EVs & More

August 26, 2011 by  
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The Marcellus Shale gas estimate gets a huge cut, reporters find oil on the surface of the sea in the Gulf, and H&M publishes its ninth annual CSR report, in this morning’s first look.

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