Climate

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
Going to the gym and using a treadmill is part of many people’s daily routines. Most focus on the results they will get after their exercise, but many don’t realize the amount of electricity they are using to get to their goal weight. However, with... Read More
George Washington University
Want to shrink your waistline while shrinking your carbon footprint? To capitalize on your calorie-burning workouts, fitness centers worldwide are now harnessing human power to generate electricity for exercise equipment. Green machines capture the... Read More
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.
George Washington University
By Miranda Green and Andrea Vittorio
Planet Forward
This week Planet Forward will air its first segment for Nightly Business Report on PBS.
Despite costs falling by over 80% in recent years, wind energy is still a prohibitive industry.
The first annual GreenGov Symposium was kicked off last week with keynotes from the Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Nancy Sutley, the U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary... Read More

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