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When’s the last time you heard anything about a carbon tax as a viable means of curbing industrial greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions? It’s probably been awhile — and the subject of such as tax, long advocated by environmental advocates as … Continue reading
by Allison Mayes As 2014 approaches, many organizations in the field of Sustainability are putting in ballots trying to fight for a better future. In the state of Colorado, The Right To Know Colorado organization has submitted a ballot measure that … Continue reading
by Allison Mayes Retailing mega-chain Walmart can make as many pledges and promises as it sees fit to please its customers, but at the end of the day it really comes to what the studies show. Back in 2005, Walmart … Continue reading
Google Green continues to invest and promote Renewable Enegery projects. The newest investment involves the Mount Signal Solar project out in California. Having invested $103 million into the project, the developers of the solar farm, Solar Ridge Power, are very … Continue reading