Smart building strategy: Tackle behavior first, technology second

April 18, 2013 by  
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Technology's potential to drive behavioral change in buildings — and thereby improve costs, effectiveness and efficiency — is vast. Here are some tips for getting the most out of building tech.

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4 steps for getting the most out of utility rebates and incentives

January 10, 2013 by  
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How can your company obtain its share of local, state and federal energy benefits? Learn how here.

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It’s Not Too Late to Plant a Fall Garden! What to Plant in Your Region Now

September 12, 2011 by  
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Photo Credit: themissiah , Flickr Creative Commons Attribution License . Fall gardening is rewarding in a way that can be hard to explain. You get to plant and harvest in cooler weather, which is always nice. But it’s more than that. The variety of things you can harvest that you weren’t able to during the heat of summer, the return of cool-season veggies such as spinach and lettuce — both of these are reason enough. But there’s also the sense that you’re getting the most from your garden, and that’s always … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Paralyzed Lion Receives an Outpouring of Support

July 14, 2011 by  
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Photos via Facebook In 2008, at a wildlife center in Brazil, a healthy and playful lion cub named Ariel was born. Nowadays, he spends his days in a house in Sao Paulo, unable to move limbs. Ariel suffers from a debilitating autoimmune disease that has rendered him quadriplegic, and requiring of round-the-clock care from his trainers. Although it might seem like a lonely, hopeless life for the paralyzed lion, his story has won the hearts of thousands — and thanks to their outpouring of support, he’s getting the care he needs. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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3 Reasons Why You Should ‘Lose the Bus’ to Win on Sustainability

July 8, 2011 by  
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Companies that strive to create successful green teams — following the old adage of "getting the right people on the bus and the wrong people off" — may find themselves stuck on a dead-end path.

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The Really Good Life: Baking things that’ll last

September 10, 2010 by  
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Hey guys, sorry I haven’t got time to write a full Recycle This post today – but can I point you to the latest article on my new blog The Really Good Life ?

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US Military: Massive Oil Shortages as Soon as 2015

April 14, 2010 by  
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Photo via Reuters Global Oil Demand Reaches Record High: 86.6 Million Barrels a Day! As the world recovers from recession, industry worldwide is getting the ol’ bounce back in its step. And that bounce, of course, requires a hell of a lot of oil. More oil than at any point ever before in history, in fact

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Green Kitchens Begin With Food: "Easy Green Organic" Cooking by Anna Getty

April 14, 2010 by  
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Goat cheese frittata on crostini, arugula and strawberry salad, soba noodles with crumbled tofu tossed in a light Asian sauce, followed by crunchy macaroons and rich fudge cookies. Delicious

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Tesla Pulls Model S Out of Mainstream Automotive X Prize

December 9, 2009 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC Would They Have Won? Tesla Motors has decided to remove its Model S electric sedan from the “mainstream” category of the Automotive X Prize.

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Car Sales Rose 98.2% in China Last Month Setting a New Monthly Record

December 9, 2009 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC A Million More Internal Combustion Engines Burning Fossil Fuel The latest statistics on passenger car sales from China are a good reminder that we need to seriously clean up the transportation sector, and quickly. In just the month of November, 98.2% more cars were sold in China than during the same month last year, setting a new monthly record.

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