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Archive for ‘Environment’

World Social Forum, Day 2: Debt, Unions and Corporate Tax Avoidance

| March 28th, 2013

America’s Green Summer

From Vermont to Appalachia to Texas, Citizens Say No to Dirty Power

Truth-out.org | July 31st, 2012

Autodesk crunches numbers for green designs

Cleantech Award Winner

San Francisco Business Times | June 17th, 2011

A paper bottle? Ecologic packages spare the Earth

Cleantech Award Winner

San Francisco Business Times | June 17th, 2011

Cleaire gains speed with diesel engine filter

Cleantech Award Winner

San Francisco Business Times | June 17th, 2011

Propel hits the road with 24 ‘clean fuel point’ stations

Cleantech Award Winner

San Francisco Business Times | June 17th, 2011

Svan Song: Exploring a Hidden Culture

Tresendas | June 13th, 2011

Light at the Middle of the World

It is the only country in Latin America with a Ministry of Renewable Energy. And due to its location on the equator, it receives some of the Earth's highest levels of solar irradiation. Nevertheless, from the Andes to the Amazon, Ecuador is struggling to bring its energy policies in line with its enormous photovoltaic potential.

Photon Magazine | January 9th, 2011

Mexico at a Crossroads

At the National Solar Energy Association's annual gathering, held in October in the colonial city of Guanajuato, PHOTON discovered a Mexican photovoltaic industry in fast expansion despite lack of government incentives.

Photon Magazine | January 9th, 2011

Headache in the Heartland

As a conservative electorate awash in cheap electricity, Nebraskans remain a hard bunch to change. Now, with solar energy lifting off at schools, businesses and farms around the state, the question is whether PV in the heartland can compete

Photon Magazine | October 9th, 2010