Interactive Infographic Reveals How Green Your State is

July 12, 2013 by  
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MPHonline.com recently created a new infographic entitled “ How Green is My State ” that reveals the use of mass transit, renewable energy , recycling, water quality, air quality, gas, and Co2 across the US. Each state is colored according to their ranking from best to worst, and with a simple click you can see where your state ranks in comparison with others for each of the criteria mentioned above. + How Green is My State Infographic The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Air quality , CO2 emissions , gas , how green is my state , infographic , mphonline , Policy , recycling , renewable energy , united states , us environment , water quality        

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Many Shades of Green

January 19, 2011 by  
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 Research organization Next 10 looks at how green jobs have grown throughout California.

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How the FTC Will Tame the ‘Wild West’ of Green Marketing

September 1, 2010 by  
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The Federal Trade Commission’s forthcoming ‘green guides’ for making environmental claims promise to shake up how green — and not-so-green — products promote themselves. Here are four things you need to know

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‘Dry Water’ Could Make Commercial Waves in Storing Carbon

September 1, 2010 by  
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Concerns Arise Over Sudden Changes to Calif. Chemical Review Panel

September 1, 2010 by  
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Five of the nine members on a panel that reviews chemicals and helped get diesel emissions labeled as toxic have been dismissed. Those that have been hoping to see turnover on the panel say it’s a matter of putting in fresh eyes, while others feel the sudden changes are a result of pressure from industrial interests and will harm the panel’s credibility and effectiveness.

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Greenbuild 2009: Research Explores Buildings’ Impact on Jobs, Water, Real Estate

November 11, 2009 by  
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A slew of reports released during Greenbuild 2009 explore how green buildings are impacting resource use, the job market, facility management and more.

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Is Laser Etching a Safer Alternative to Stickers for Labeling Produce?

November 4, 2009 by  
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Photo courtesy of Sunkist I’ve always been curious about how green it is to pick up a piece of organic fruit that has two or three different stickers pasted onto it. Each piece of fruit in the pile sporting several stickers has got to add up in terms of material waste and a little boost in the carbon footprint. So, would laser etching be a greener, safer alternative

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Proposed 150 MW Solar Plant Would Store 7 Hours of Sun’s Energy in Molten Salt

November 4, 2009 by  
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Design rendering of Rice Solar Energy Project via Solar Reserve The problem with solar power plants is, of course, that they’re rendered useless on cloudy days and at night. But news broke a while back that a process of storing solar energy in molten salt was being considered to help make solar power plants more commercially viable. Now, it looks like that technology is about to be put into action: a California company has filed an application to build a 150 megawatt solar plant that will store 7 hours worth of the sun’s energy in molten..

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