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by Ian Law on 04/24/2014

Yesterday the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its list for the top 100 green power purchasers within the Green Power Partnership. The Green Power Partnership (GPP) is a voluntary... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 11/13/2013

Last week’s elections proved to be a crucial turning point for Colorado in the fight for climate change abatement.  In elections across the state, voters turned out to turn down... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 01/04/2013

As the economy begins to rebound—holiday spending was up 9.2 percent—and the impacts of climate-related weather events like Hurricane Sandy continue to reverberate throughout... [more]

by Jennifer Armstrong on 10/17/2012

The U.S. has seen dramatic growth in renewable energy in recent years.  In 2011, renewable energy consumption increased 13.8% according to the U.S. Energy Information... [more]

by Sully Lineberger on 07/20/2012

The 2012 BOMA (Building Operators and Managers Association) Every Building Conference & Expo was held in Seattle this year from June 24-26.  BOMA brought together... [more]

by Tanner Hayes on 07/02/2012

Regardless of your opinion on whether Rio +20 sustainability conferences last month were successful, it was music to environmentalists’ ears when the UK’s... [more]

by Guest Blogger on 06/22/2012

By: Suzanne Pletcher This year is the 10th anniversary of the Energy Star Home Program, and the EPA brand is taking a giant step forward by pushing home sweet... [more]

by Matt Wood on 06/13/2012

Recently I worked with a supplier who asked me the following, very genuine question:Why is my buyer asking me to conduct a greenhouse gas inventory? I... [more]

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