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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 broadcast of... [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 you’re... [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 CDP.  A 3... [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 2013 and are... [more]

sustainable-business iconThe Carbon You’re Not Counting
by Amy Haddon on 06/25/2013

The private sector is leading the way in the voluntary purchase of green power via renewable energy credits (RECs).  The EPA lists more than 1,400 organizations—including major... [more]

green-lifestyle iconThe Relationship between Organic Food and Ecosystem Health
by Guest Blogger on 06/18/2013

By Greta Stetson I went swimming in Lake Erie once. It was summer and algal blooms billowed across the lake, as they have every summer since the mid-1990s. Scum stuck to my skin. But it... [more]

sustainable-business iconCelebrating Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s 40th Anniversary
by Amy Haddon on 06/14/2013

Next week, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival celebrates an historic occasion, its 40th anniversary of playing bluegrass in the heart of the Colorado mountains under a bright summer sun.... [more]

industry-news iconColorado “Head of Class” for Electric Vehicle Policies
by Guest Blogger on 06/10/2013

By Suzanne Pletcher, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project The Colorado legislature passed six different bills supporting electric vehicles in the 2013 session, boosting Colorado to an... [more]