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Green business ideas 101: A smart way to profit

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Green Business Modern times call for modern ways in business and life in general – and these modern ways are nowadays painted in clean and green hues all around. Still, competition in the eco-friendly arena is getting fiercer with each passing day, which makes taking a successful business leap of faith into green waters an increasingly tough and risky endeavor. ... Read More »

Going Green and Saving Green

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Going Green Here is some useful and valuable information to help the reader understand the perks of clean energy and going green. It turns out, the average American can save around $600 a year just by going solar. That’s about $12,000 over a lifetime! Who knew? I think it’s important to learn everything you can about the benefits of going ... Read More »

Green Business Ideas for The Eco-Minded

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Green Business The greatest contribution that a present-day entrepreneur can make to the environment preservation are not donations to ecological organizations. What will have a stronger impact is launching your business on green foundations. However, it won’t be easy. On one hand, you should choose a niche in which the level of environment protection is low, so that your work ... Read More »

Solar Farm, In The California Desert

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Solar Farm Solar is going big. Again. The federal government last year,  green-lit a 485-megawatt solar farm that will generate enough carbon-free electricity to power 180,000 homes when it comes online in the Southern California desert. During the Great Recession, there was nothing unusual about billions of dollars in federal stimulus money fueling big green dreams of carpeting the Mojave ... Read More »

Climate Change, Politics and Lessons Learned

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Climate Change Over the past few weeks, every Democratic candidate running for president has discussed climate change in a major speech and made climate solutions a central part of their platform. Republican candidates continue to use stock phrases like “I’m not a scientist,” but at least they are talking about climate change. We’ve come a long way. When I started ... Read More »

Clean Energy, The Price Is Right

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Clean Energy Ever had one of those moments where you turn on the television and stumble onto a show from decades back that you can’t believe is even on any more? If you’re in the U.S., something like Wheel of Fortune or The Price Is Right? (And this is one of those rare instances of universal harmony where every nation ... Read More »

Green Economy, 4 Ways the U.S. Can Help Grow

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Green Economy I testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works at a hearing called “Road to Paris: Examining the President’s International Climate Agenda and Implications for Domestic Environmental Policy.” The goal of the hearing was to examine the many ways in which the U.S. can achieve its commitment to reduce emissions 26 to 28 percent below ... Read More »

Green Products, Big Business to Meet Demand

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Green Products Big Business is scrambling to adapt to consumers’ demand for environmentally conscious products. Yes, there are smaller businesses which are leaps and bounds ahead of these corporate behemoths, but when these giants adopt sustainability measures it has a far greater impact because so many people use their products and, as you’ll see with some of the companies below, one company making a ... Read More »

Renewables, Better Investment Than Oil

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Renewables With the price of oil plummeting in the last year, there’s been much conversation about what that means for the future of fossil fuels as a source of energy—and a source of the carbon emissions that drive climate change. Oil prices fell to less than half their previous high in the last six months of 2014, creating an unstable ... Read More »

Climate, Libertarians v Conservatives

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Climate Change The energy and climate waters, it appears, are finally getting safer for thoughtful conservatives to test and navigate. The complete shut-down of conservative dialogue about climate solutions which followed John McCain’s 2008 defeat (reinforced by the 2010 defeat of South Carolina Republican Bob Inglis over his climate leadership) appears to be softening. Indeed, libertarian and conservative intellectuals who opposed ... Read More »

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