Business & Economics

Global climate change will have massive economic impact. Learn how changes in the environment will affect the bottom line for businesses and cost - €”or save - you money in your pocketbook.

George Washington University-School of Media and Public Affairs
What's up? That's a question I often find myself wondering when researching solar power since most solar systems inhabit on rooftops. Look high and low, solar can be found in strange places from solar backpacks to solar-powered ambulances.
USA Green Energy Group, LLC
www.usageg.com CONFIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The date of this Executive Summary is June 21, 2010 OVERVIEW
Planet Forward
Planet Forward was proud to play a part in the White House's GreenGov Symposium, held at The George Washington University. More than 1,000 people gathered at GreenGov to discuss how to make the U.S government more sustainable.  Frank Sesno moderates... Read More
Roundtable on Clean Energy and Economic Competitiveness - U.S. Secretary of Energy, Dr. Steven Chu joins Business Forward CEO members at H-P's HQ in Palo Alto, California.
SBSC (Spectrum Blue Steel Corporation) promotes "Go beyond oil"
Silicon Valley Manufacturing CEOs, CFOs, and Venture Capital Partners hosted Ron Bloom, Senior Counselor to the U.S. President for Manufacturing Policy at the Global HQ of Applied Materials
GreenBiz Innovation Forum 2010 Next-Gen Models, Methods, and Mindsets for Transforming Business October 19-20, 2010 Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF San Francisco, Californiahttp://www.greenbiz.com/innovationforum Is anyone attending this event... Read More
Planet Forward
Tune in Thursday for Planet Forward’s premier on PBS's Nightly Business Report. Inspired by a PF member, the piece asks: Is the Nissan LEAF worth it? We take a test drive.
A brewery in England has started stirring up more than beer. Photo courtesy of Urban75.org (http://www.urban75.org/photos/suffolk/southwold-signs.html) Are American breweries behind? Maybe they should hop on board the trend to become energy... Read More
Like most aging baby boomers, solar energy still doesn’t seem very comfortable in a business suit. Despite a new generation of entrepreneurs reducing costs and improving yields, solar energy is still a popular Republican punching bag.

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