Why mobilizing private capital towards the SDGs is good for business

February 17, 2018 by  
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To achieve the U.N. Goals, we need trillions, not billions, in investment. Here’s how that will create market opportunities for a more sustainable world.

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Hawaii launches effort to double building efficiency by 2015

June 20, 2013 by  
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Doubling building efficiency will create 5,000 clean energy jobs in the Aloha State, which also plans to boost renewables to 40 percent of its energy mix.

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3 Sure-Fire Green Solutions Obama Should Put in His Jobs Speech

September 7, 2011 by  
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The president will make a high-profile speech on Thursday night that is expected to focus entirely on job creation. Here are several easy building energy-efficiency programs that will create significant economic growth and employment.

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Green Builder Project Frog Leaps Forward with $22M from GE and VCs

September 7, 2011 by  
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Project Frog, the modular builder that made a splash at GreenBuild three years ago, is poised for a growth spurt with new funding from GE and its partners in the ecomagination Challenge.

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Nation’s Largest University-Sited Solar Panel System, in Florida

December 25, 2009 by  
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The largest solar panel array at a university was just launched this week at Florida Gulf Coast University. The new system will create 2MW of electricity at peak and consists of over 10,000 solar panels on 16 acres

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Prius Brake Failure Complaints Rising as Toyota Prepares to Launch New Subcompact Hybrid

December 25, 2009 by  
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This has been the worst year Toyota has ever had for recalls (4.8 million), but so far its reputation for quality seems to be weathering the storm. Even with the sudden acceleration issues, rust problems, deaths , and Toyota’s generally poor handling of it all, consumers so far seem to be willing to forgive.

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