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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.

The gasping fish video Kindra speaks of is in this clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVShXDsGD0I The Australian 60 minutes show she speaks of is here http:/...
http://www.BikeForTheGulf.org LINK WORKS NOW Former Black Panther and founder of Common Ground Collective in post Katrina New Orleans Malik Rahim announces his...
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John Pemberton of Southern Company thinks the oil spill disaster in the Gulf may muddy the waters of Congress's environmental debate. Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
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Welcome to the Blacklist. Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, interviews Richard Crespin, the head of the Corporate Responsibility Officer's Association, about their release of the first ever CRO Blacklist. See who else made the list and why they're... Read More
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This town in Oregon began using geothermal energy nearly two decades ago because "it just made sense." Even though the technology is still expensive, towns are able to supplement their energy use and save money. They serve as an example of how... Read More
For 10 years, the Ski Area Citizens Coalition has published its ski area environmental report card, a rating system that grades ski resorts across the west according to their impact on the natural environment.
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Planet Forward host, Frank Sesno, talks with George Washington University business professor and Planet Forward member, Mark Starik, about what businesses can and should do to reduce their carbon footprint.
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From UC Berkley Professor of Renewable Energy Dan Kammen
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Greenbiz.com just released their 3rd annual State of the Green Business report, and the good news is that green initiatives “were not the first ones to be thrown overboard.” Despite the bad economy, there was a “steady improvement” in reducing the... Read More
In early 2009, just one month before the House passed the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES), Rasmussen released a poll that said only 24 percent of the American public knew "cap-and-trade" dealt with environmental issues. More people... Read More

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