The Continuing Evolution of Carbon and Energy Management Software

December 1, 2010 by  
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As more and more companies adopt comprehensive software suites to manage their energy and greenhouse gas emissions, there are three market segments with widely different needs, instead of just one — and plenty of solution providers to meet those needs.

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The Continuing Evolution of Carbon and Energy Management Software

E-Waste Investigation Nabs ‘Green’ Recycler ERI

December 1, 2010 by  
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An exposé from the Sacramento Bee explores the complexities for companies and individuals that want to recycle their electronics responsibly, and in the process finds that even certified green recycler ERI exports hazardous waste abroad.

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When 9 Miles per Gallon is a Step in the Right Direction

December 1, 2010 by  
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The EPA’s proposed new mileage standards for semi-trucks — all the way up to 9 mpg — would actually represent a huge leap forward for fuel efficiency and for the environment.

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GE Expands Smart Grid Efforts to Include Home Energy Management

November 30, 2010 by  
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GE launched a new energy management business today aimed at helping consumers use smart grid technologies to reduce their household energy use.

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EPA Screens 700 More Chemicals for Toxic Effects

November 30, 2010 by  
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Seven hundred chemicals are going through a federal chemical screening program, bringing the total number of chemicals to pass through the ToxCast tests to 1,000.

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10 Reasons Why the Cancun Talks Will Fail

November 30, 2010 by  
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It’s fitting that the COP16 Climate Change talks are being held in a vacation resort, where people go to escape — because only by ignoring what’s happening in the rest of the world is it possible to take these U.N. negotiations seriously.

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Should Economic Stimulus Trump Environmental Protection?

November 30, 2010 by  
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New research from the Center for Public Integrity finds that nearly 200,000 stimulus projects were granted complete or conditional waivers from environmental regulations, in the name of funding "shovel-ready" projects.  

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