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Two Seemingly Small Approvals by Two Major Organizations Lead to Big Things on Earth Day for one LED Company

Two Seemingly Small Approvals by Two Major Organizations Lead to Big Things on Earth Day for one LED Company

As Earth Day week comes to a close, it is important to highlight some accomplishments of growing companies in the ‘Green’ sector. The Energy Revolution is not just about big oil companies going green, or companies like GE and Siemens changing the world. Smaller companies are taking great strides to help reduce energy consumption in the U.S. and create jobs here at home.

Go Green for Earth Month

Go Green for Earth Month

There’s nothing more precious to parents than their kids -- nothing more important than making sure they are as healthy and as safe as possible. Earth Month is the perfect time for parents to put their kids first by making small, easy changes that protect the health of both their little ones and the earth.

High Gas Prices: Supply and Demand

High Gas Prices: Supply and Demand

Efficiency and Better Cars Will Fuel America Faster than Drilling

The United States consumes 19 million barrels of oil a day, 25 percent of the global supply, but we have less than 2 percent of the world’s proved oil reserves. That means no amount of domestic drilling will reduce gas prices or provide enough to meet America’s daily demand for oil.

10 Ways to Beat the Heat

10 Ways to Beat the Heat

No, it's not your imagination—it definitely is getting hotter. The eight warmest years on record occurred over the past decade. But staying cool this summer doesn't necessarily mean you have to pay a fortune to keep the air-conditioning running day and night.

Finding the Best Way to Save Energy For You

Finding the Best Way to Save Energy For You

As the Green movement sweeps across the nation, many people and organizations are beginning to focus their efforts in specific areas. There are so many different ways to be more energy efficient. It seems that the new ‘best way to go green’ pops up every day.

Conservation in the Classroom

Conservation in the Classroom

Raising environmentally savvy kids is one of the most powerful ways to help them enjoy a protected planet. To foster your children’s eco-education, encourage their schools to go green.

The New Efficient Light Bulbs

The New Efficient Light Bulbs

New Standards Promise Cheaper Light and Fewer Emissions

The horse-and-buggy era light bulb we still rely on wastes up to 90 percent of the electricity it consumes as heat, burning up hundreds of dollars every year in each American household and increasing air pollution that harms human health and the environment. In 2007, the U.S.

More than 160 Michigan Scientists Tell Congress: Let EPA do its Job, Stop Attacks

More than 160 Michigan Scientists Tell Congress: Let EPA do its Job, Stop Attacks

MI scientists: Assault on EPA threatens public health, economy

LANSING – More than 160 scientists from universities across Michigan today called on Michigan’s congressional delegation to oppose further attacks on the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority, calling the EPA essential to protecting the public health.

On the Eve of an Historic Vote in the US Senate, A Reminder that Taxpayers Support the EPA

On the Eve of an Historic Vote in the US Senate, A Reminder that Taxpayers Support the EPA

Tomorrow the US Senate will be voting on two different proposals for the federal budget that sketch out vastly different approaches to protecting public health, effective ways of investing taxpayer dollars and responses to public opinion.

Hybrid Cars are Charging their Batteries for Another Big Run

Hybrid Cars are Charging their Batteries for Another Big Run

As many of us have seen in recent weeks, the price of gasoline has continued to rise. Reminders of the 2007 crisis are popping up across the United States. Wednesday February 23, 2011 marked the first time the price of oil hit $100 dollars a barrel since 2008.

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