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Interview with Real Food Daily’s Catering Director, Elisha Valdez

Interview with Real Food Daily’s Catering Director, Elisha Valdez

Posted on 26. Jan, 2010 by .

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The Clean Energy Economy is emerging.  Jobs are being created across the spectrum and industries are going through fundamental shifts to adapt to an ever-changing world. Whether business strategies evolve out […]

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The Clean Energy Economy by the Numbers

The Clean Energy Economy by the Numbers

Posted on 14. Jan, 2010 by .

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A clean energy economy applies to more than global warming—it’s just good ‘economic’ sense.    As worldwide demand for clean tech and design continues to grow, it provides America with […]

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Is Wind Power a Future Pathway for World Superpowers?

Is Wind Power a Future Pathway for World Superpowers?

Posted on 18. Dec, 2009 by .

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The United States and China have another area of competition: wind power.  What may have seemed as a trivial issue decades ago, wind power has become a pathway to economic […]

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Restaurant Compost: A Green Opportunity for Local Development and Sustainable Business

Restaurant Compost: A Green Opportunity for Local Development and Sustainable Business

Posted on 01. Dec, 2009 by .

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One of the biggest challenges facing the sustainability movement is developing a sustainable culture of sustainability, backed by green institutions, systems, and models that can be tapped into by citizens, […]

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FairRidge Group previews their Opportunity Green 2009 Sustainability Management Maturity workshop

FairRidge Group previews their Opportunity Green 2009 Sustainability Management Maturity workshop

Posted on 05. Nov, 2009 by .

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FairRidge Group, a consulting firm that helps businesses realize sustainability as the greatest business opportunity of our generation, is a recent start-up based in San Francisco.  Take a look at […]

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Close-looping Sustainability Through Local Business and Manufacturing: An Interview with Mike Hill from AoSA Image

Close-looping Sustainability Through Local Business and Manufacturing: An Interview with Mike Hill from AoSA Image

Posted on 16. Oct, 2009 by .

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AoSA Image started four years ago with a group of friends who loved surfing, the environment, and the local community. Their first offering reflected their immediate passion: surfboards. Now AoSA […]

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Blog Action Day 2009: Preparing Communities for Climate Change through Local Business and Manufacturing

Blog Action Day 2009: Preparing Communities for Climate Change through Local Business and Manufacturing

Posted on 15. Oct, 2009 by .

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Today is Blog Action Day!  Held on Oct. 15 every year, it’s an event that unites thousands of bloggers worldwide, highlighting a particular issue. This year’s theme is climate change. […]

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By Pursuing “Sustainable” and “Organic” Are Restaurants Missing the Energy factor?

By Pursuing “Sustainable” and “Organic” Are Restaurants Missing the Energy factor?

Posted on 08. Oct, 2009 by .

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  Restaurants meet a wide range of needs, from daily visits to special occasions and events across government, business, and private sectors.  A working network of sustainable professionals will help […]

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