Thursday, August 18, 2011

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2011 Issue 69

Bashing E.P.A. Is New Theme in G.O.P. Race environment
UPS to Ship 100+ Metric Tons of Food and Supplies to Aid Famine Relief in The Horn of Africa:
It's the worst Texas drought in 50 years, and a handful of towns are nearly out of water:
Why Building Management Software Needs to Evolve, Trucost Expands its Eco-Data's Reach, and More...
Searching for cheap solar cells in computer models: A Harvard University-led research project taps IBM computer...
Singapore has made a MAN MADE ISLAND LANDFILL that serves as an ecological preserve and energy plant green
Should Corporations Have Their Own Green Stimulus Plan?
Once nearly extinct in England, otters have now returned to every county:
Another giant solar plant ditches thermal tech for panels
The Case for Better Neighborhood Associations
Engineered E. coli convert sugar to butanol 10 times faster than other microbes.
Supes greenlight energy upgrade loans
Big Coal: Making Mountains Even Better green
Japan plans new fuel economy norms for automakers ~Reuters
Did we just do enterprise zones wrong last time? UK is trying it again…...
Follow NYC's example - how it became known for cycling! I have a feeling BikeSnob had a lot to do with it…...
Use Twitter to follow the hearing today on NJ Energy Plan #green
Ever thought of investing in an arena in your city? It helped these two Midwest cities revitalize their tax base...
Going Dutch: Drivers in Holland will have to pay a tax on how many miles they drive.
The Evolution of 'Social Investing' Part II
Cash-Rich Companies Begin to Make Renewable Energy Investments…
World's biggest solar power plant shifts technology
A great blog post on why the scorching summer underlines the need for a  smartgrid
Studying Radioactive Sulfur From Fukushima Teaches Us About Coal Pollution From China
Exxon sues U.S. Interior Department over Gulf leases | 

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