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How the organization enabled PPAs at prices 40 percent below median bids and plans to unlock a 5-30 GW market by 2020.
RMI scales community solar across the U.S.
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Comments Off on Anything’s Possible: U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fell 10 Percent Since 2005
Here’s some good news on the climate change front: Greenhouse gas emissions in the United States fell nearly 10 percent from 2005 to 2012 and dropped 3.4 percent in 2012 alone , according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 19th annual emissions tally . The U.S. is now more than halfway toward meeting its 2020 target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent below 2005 levels. Read the rest of Anything’s Possible: U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fell 10 Percent Since 2005 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon emissions , Climate Change , emissions tally , environmental protection agency , global warming , greenhouse gas emissions , inventory , un framework convention on climate change
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The pharmaceutical giant set a goal of cutting its water consumption to 40 percent below 2004 levels by late 2011, relative to sales. The company announced Monday its efforts have yielded a 37 percent normalized reduction, bringing the company very close to its goal two years ahead of schedule.
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Water-Saving Technologies Help Abbott Save 1 Billion Gallons a Year
Comments Off on Answers to Green Marketers’ Questions on Ecolabels
GreenBiz.com’s October 15, 2009 webinar on "The Green Marketing Landscape: Ratings, Labels, and Certifications" yielded far more questions than we had time to answer during the allotted 60 minutes. We’ve selected questions from among the hundreds asked and submitted them to our three speakers, who graciously provided answers
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Answers to Green Marketers’ Questions on Ecolabels
The last couple of years were witness to a stampede of product launches featuring green attributes and positioning. Today, however, the marketing herd is currently shifting its attention to a new direction: simplicity.
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Is Simple the New Green?