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industry-news iconPeak Energy Consumption and the Vital Role of Renewables
by Guest Blogger on 07/16/2013

By Ian Law Peak consumption plays an important role in annual energy usage trends within the U.S.  Peak is defined as the time that energy usage and generation is highest, and generally takes... [more]

sustainable-business iconCDP Supply Chain Program Deadline Approaches
by Matt Wood on 07/12/2013

The July 31 reporting deadline for suppliers participating in the CDP Supply Chain Program is quickly approaching.   The Supply Chain Program helps purchasing organizations engage suppliers,... [more]

sustainable-business iconWhat is a CO2 Calculator?
by Guest Blogger on 07/11/2013

By Tami Reynolds You may be wondering how to figure out how much carbon dioxide (CO2) you’re emitting and whether or not you want to buy CO2 offets to help neutralize your emissions.... [more]

industry-news iconWindMade presents first global label for products made with wind power
by Guest Blogger on 07/09/2013

By Guest Blogger, Angelika Pullen WindMade has just introduced the first ever global label for products made with wind power. From now on, progressive brands can use the WindMade label... [more]

sustainable-business iconAre Corporations Changing for the Better?
by Amy Haddon on 07/03/2013

That was the fundamental question posed to me and fellow Colorado B-Corp-ers Mark Fisher, CEO of Inspire Commerce, and Seleyn DeYarus, CEO of America’s Best Organics on the KGNU... [more]

green-lifestyle iconAn Expensive Mistake: 3 Reasons Why You Need to Keep Your House Insulated
by Guest Blogger on 07/02/2013

By Guest Blogger, Aurora Johnson American households are still lacking in insulation.  If you’re wondering whether you should install insulation for the first time, or if... [more]

industry-news iconGreenhouse Gas Reductions Translate into Big Savings, Says New Report
by Amy Haddon on 07/01/2013

U.S. businesses could save $780 billion dollars over 10 years by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by only 3 percent, according to a new report by the World Wildlife Fund and... [more]

industry-news iconGreen-e Renewable Energy Credit Trading Remains Strong in 2013
by John Powers on 06/28/2013

A recent report from renewable energy markets firm Karbone indicates that Green-e certified renewable energy credits (RECs) have performed well through the first two quarters of... [more]