Thursday, October 6, 2011

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2011 Issue 103

Project Funding, Supply Chains, and LCOE: A Lot in Common: One of the strategic problems plaguing the growth of ... bit.ly/nhJIeU
Entrepreneur, Innovator and Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs Dies at 56 bit.ly/owoxRT ~Inhabitat
E.P.A. Task Force Issues Strategy on Gulf Coast
Greening Water Works for Jobs, Infrastructure and the Environment bit.ly/nh9pp3 
Analysis: South African carbon tax plan hurts job ambitions bit.ly/qVBKi8 ~Reuters
Illinois city Naperville allows SmartMeter opt-outs - but likely few will take that option: http://ow.ly/6OUYL 
The Impacts of Energy-Smart Buildings grn.bz/ocxsQl 
Mapping a Changing Climate. Changing the American Psyche. bit.ly/oY2D8M
NASA IceBridge Sander Air GRAV L1B Geolocated Anomalies Data for 2011 Greenland Now Available at NSIDC trap.it/GAtTX7
Eleven Social Games to Promote Wellness ow.ly/1f0O2p
Australia's $1.2 Billion Clean Technology Program bit.ly/paF0ct
EPA Rolls Back Air Rule, Texas Gets Most Leeway abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/e… (AP)
Paris Unfurls EV Car-Sharing Program bit.ly/nWv6uX
Obama Slams GOP Claim America Can’t Compete: “I’m Not Going to Surrender to Other Countries.” bit.ly/rdtb8f 
Miniwiz makes iPhone cover from 100% trash smrt.io/ptoPIz
Outpouring of calls to reject Keystone XL tar sands pipeline as State Dpt holds final public meeting NRDC's blog: bit.ly/qKbUjp
Corruption Scandal Brewing at State Department Over TransCanada Emails bit.ly/otGAdR
How to interest the Southeast in energy efficiency -  SE has low rates but highest e- use in the US -su.pr/9Soxnr
7 Futuristic Modes of Green Transportation for Land, Sea and Sky bit.ly/oCLGpo -Inhabitat 
If US Gasoline Use is Declining, is the Keystone XL Pipeline Needed? ow.ly/1f0QNp
CFOs should take a more hands-on role in Sustainability, survey finds shar.es/bXqHu
Turning the Tide of Wetland Destruction bit.ly/npNu7n

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