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Daily Archives: September 4, 2007
Read the full story in Environmental Protection. On Aug. 21, the Network for New Energy Choices announced the launch of the beta version of National Energy Research Database (NERD). The NERD is a free online research library for renewable and … Continue reading
Read the full story in Environmental Protection. The Great Lakes Regional Collaboration (GLRC) is seeking comment on a significant proposal to reduce mercury in consumer products. Public comment on GLRC’s plan will be accepted until Oct. 27. The draft plan, … Continue reading
Read the full story in Environmental Protection. The rate of carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) from new cars and light trucks in the United States dipped for the first time in two decades, but their overall contribution to global warming has … Continue reading
Read the full story in Interior Design. Wired plans to demonstrate luxury hi-tech living can coexist simultaneously with a conscious dedication to the environment. From September 5-6, the technology magazine will install the first Wired LivingHome, a promotional project sponsored … Continue reading
Read the full story in the Indianapolis Star. The expansion of the BP refinery in Whiting can move ahead with existing technology that would keep the pollution it dumps into Lake Michigan at current levels and would mean only a … Continue reading
Read the full story in the Cincinnati Enquirer. Doing good for the environment while doing good business is a trend that is gaining momentum in corporate America. In fact, 73 percent of U.S. workers say they want their employers to … Continue reading
For a full-color, graphic version of this newsletter, go to http://www.greenbiz.com/enewsletter. Con Edison Seeks Partners to Reduce N.Y. Electricity Use http://www.greenbiz.com/news/news_third.cfm?NewsID=35837 Consolidated Edison Co. of New York Inc. is soliciting applications from demand side management companies to help it reduce … Continue reading
Read the commentary in E: The Environmental Magazine. One writer gives The 11th Hour a thumbs up, the other a thumbs halfway.
Read the full story in Science News. …authors of the new cat study argue in an upcoming issue of Environmental Science & Technology that house cats “may serve as sentinels to better assess human exposure and adverse health outcomes related … Continue reading
September 12, 2007 1:00PM-3:30PM EDT More Information & Registration The NIEHS Superfund Basic Research Program (SBRP), in collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), presents “Nanoparticles: Human Toxicology and Risk Assessment.” It is now recognized that the recent world-wide investment … Continue reading