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Daily Archives: June 25, 2008
Read the full story at News.com. Drinking filtered water may save plastic bottles, but what happens when you need a new filter cartridge? Last year, cleaning-product maker Clorox, together with bottle maker Nalgene, launched a campaign that struck an environmental … Continue reading
For a full-color, graphic version of this newsletter, go to http://www.greenercomputing.com/enewsletter. Green and Lean: Four Steps to Improving Data Center Efficiency without Capital Expenditures By Larry Pepper http://www.greenercomputing.com/column/2008/06/25/four-steps-improving-data-center-efficiency Increasing the efficiency of your data center doesn’t have to mean spending … Continue reading
Read the full story in T.H.E. Journal. How green are your feet? That’s the question IBM wants to answer as it launches a new consulting service to determine the carbon footprint of IT organizations and help those organizations plan for … Continue reading
Read the full story in the New York Times. The White House told E.P.A. officials that it would not open an e-mail sent in December that argued that greenhouse gases are pollutants that must be controlled.
Read the full story in the New York Times. Skyrocketing energy prices are inflating the costs of living on the distant edges of metropolitan areas.
The latest issue of Renewable Energy Weekly is now available. Highlights include: Renewable Energy a ‘Finance-driven’ Industry Eastern Ontario Is Canada’s Green Energy Patch The Future of U.S. Ethanol Production: Where Do We Go from Here? U.S. Government Incentives Hinder … Continue reading
Read the full story in NIST Tech Beat. Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in cooperation with national standards organizations, have taken the lead in developing the first two standards for solid-state lighting in the United … Continue reading
Read the full story in NIST Tech Beat. Seeking to understand a new fuel cell material, a research team working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in collaboration with the University of Liverpool, has uncovered a novel … Continue reading
Read the full story in Environmental Protection. Every time you turn around, you can see technology. Most of it uses electrical energy that creates electromagnetic fields (EMFs), but is this a problem? EMFs first caused a stir in the late … Continue reading
Read the full story in Environmental Protection. What are the financial benefits of using environmentally sustainable materials and technology in construction? Professor John Quigley at the University of California, Berkeley – Haas School of Business is conducting the first systematic … Continue reading