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Daily Archives: December 20, 2010
Read the full story at GreenBiz. Although it might be a stretch to say that something good has come of last summer’s tragic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, a new announcement this morning from General Motors showcases the … Continue reading
Read the full story at Greener Computing. The rise of supply chain measuring and management is causing some wrinkles when it comes to electronics companies. China serves as “the world’s factory,” especially for electronics manufacturers, but it is difficult to … Continue reading
Read the full story in the Chicago Tribune. The cancer-causing metal made infamous by the movie “Erin Brockovich” is turning up in tap water from Chicago and more than two dozen other cities, according to a new study that urges … Continue reading
Read the full story in the Portland Press Herald. Although it is probably one of the busiest pools in the state, the YMCA pool in Portland in the past year reduced the amount of chlorine it uses by 60 percent. … Continue reading
Read the full story in Ethanol Producer Magazine. After three years of extensive research, scientists at the U.S. DOE’s Brookhaven National Laboratory believe they have uncovered an important piece of the plant cell wall mystery that has previously stumped researchers … Continue reading
Read the full story from Minnesota Public Radio. The 15 University of Minnesota students attending the climate change conference in Mexico this week know there isn’t as much interest in the event back home as there was during the same … Continue reading
Read the full story from The Daily of the University of Washington. Green was on ASUW’s mind at its senate meeting on Tuesday, with the passage of a sustainability bill that aims to promote awareness among incoming students.
Read the full story from the University of Pennsylvania. Seven new sustainability projects, including installation of electric vehicle charging stations and a marketing upgrade for the Green Acorn business certification program, will receive support from the University of Pennsylvania’s Green … Continue reading
Read the full story from Indiana University. In recognition of its continued efforts to make Indiana University a more sustainable institution, the Office of Environmental, Health and Safety Management (EHS) has been awarded the first level of certification in the … Continue reading