What the New Green Marketing Guidelines Really Mean

October 6, 2010 by  
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At long last, the FTC’s long-awaited "Green Guides" are finally out.

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CycleTracks iPhone App Tells San Fancisco TA Where Bike Paths Should be Built

November 19, 2009 by  
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Image: CycleTracks iPhone App from Apple App Store Crowdsourcing Bike Path Planning People don’t always go where you think they will. You can try to predict the best places for foot paths and bike routes, but you’ll never be able to know for sure if they are located optimally..

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California Gives Thumbs Up to TV Efficiency Standards, and the Finger to the Consumer Electronics Industry

November 18, 2009 by  
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Photo via brownpau Well, the battle over California adopting new TV efficiency standards has been fun to watch, what with the Consumer Electronics Industry stomping around and turning red in the face at the idea of not being able to have a handful of the most energy-sucking TVs on store shelves in the state. However, a decision has been made in favor of efficiency. Just announced is word that, by a unanimous 5-0 vote, the California Energy Commission adopted the most advanced TV energy efficiency standards in the world.

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Cash for Caulkers: The Next $23 Billion Stimulus Program?

November 18, 2009 by  
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Photo via Britannica It’s pretty safe to say that there’s been only one stimulus bill story that truly resounded with the public: Cash for Clunkers. Whether or not that program truly achieved its green MO or boosted the economy in the long run, there’s no denying that it was popular and attention-grabbing

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