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1. An Interview with Bill McDonough
Bill McDonough is a household name to people in the business of sustainability. Like the rest of us, he's shooting far beyond sustaining - we ...
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2. Biodiversity and Your Energy Use
USA
We rarely think about energy use in environmental terms. Yet the way we use energy resources has a profound effect on the quality of the ...
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3. Chattanooga on a Roll From America's Dirtiest City to Its Greenest
By 1969, just before the first Earth Day, the Environmental Protection Agency had bestowed on Chattanooga a special award for being "the dirtiest city in ...
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4. Dr. Allen Hershkowitz Waist Deep in Garbage
Dr. Allen Hershkowitz, senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), has spent the last 20 years up to his neck in garbage. The ...
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5. First Sustainable Tourism Planning Model
Ecoplan:net has joined with the Canadian Tourism Commission and the Kaska Tribal Council to develop a comprehensive Sustainable Tourism Planning and Development Model based on ...
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6. Green Living Center: Lighting
USA
Appropriate lighting contributes to our comfort and our ability to work and thrive in the buildings we occupy. Our choice of lightbulbs and natural light ...
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7. Green Living Center: Refrigerators and Freezers
USA
Did you know that your refrigerator and freezer use one-sixth of all the electricity used in your home? Replacing that old, inefficient refrigerator with a ...
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8. Green Living Center: Washer/Dryer
USA
Did you know that 86% of the energy used by your washing machine is for heating water? Just switching your water setting from HOT to ...
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9. In Search of the Holy Grail: GM's Fuel Cell EV1
If there is a "Holy Grail" of the automotive world today, it is a practical, durable, compact, and... most importantly.... affordable fuel cell. Unlike pure ...
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10. Low-Impact Commercial Complex in a Small Town
The Sustainable Technology Center (STC) in Friday Harbor, Washington aims to prove that renewable energy and other sustainable systems can be used cost - effectively ...
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11. Northwest Could Play Major Role Forming Business Solutions to Global Warming
As the threat of global warming looms over our collective horizon, business leaders and policy makers face the daunting task of how to best address ...
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12. Solar Power
Like many states, Arizona is pursuing retail electric competition as a substitute for traditional regulated monopolies. Competition would primarily occur in a market for generation, ...
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13. Solar Researchers Walk-the-Talk
Researchers at the "TTF" work in a living laboratory, experiencing the direct benefits of the solar energy technology they study and promote. The TTF is ...
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14. Sowing Seed, Planting Trees, Producing Power
The article examines "biomass" power generation and its effect local rural economies. ...
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15. Taking Climate Change Seriously: British Petroleum's Business Strategy
British Petroleum appears to be fundamentally changing the way it does business. In his now famous Stanford University speech of May, 1997, British Petroleum's CEO, ...
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16. Tapping the Sustainability Market
Ecological sustainability will be a key strategic driver for business over the next two decades ...
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17. Working Assets' Green Energy Program Feels the Heat
Is there really any such thing as "green" energy? ...
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