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Greenhouse Brings Eco-Friendly Partying to NYC

Greenhouse Brings Eco-Friendly Partying to NYC

DJ? Check. Top shelf bar? Check. Celebrity clientele? Check. L.E.E.D. Registration? Check! Greenhouse, the first eco-friendly nightclub in NYC’s coveted SoHo
Cars: Which to Pick with so Many to Pick From?

Cars: Which to Pick with so Many to Pick From?

Due to the tough economy and contractual items, such as corporate bonuses, automobile industries are going bankrupt and others are attempting to gain buyers with beneficial (to the buyer) financial offers. (However, foreign companies are doing well.) And many people are looking for ways to save on money when buying a car and gas.

Eco Friendly Weddings

Eco Friendly Weddings

With June being the main time of year for couples to get married, it seems appropriate to detail some ways that a wedding could be made more eco-friendly.

Cleantech is Cleaning Up in Private Equity: The Layman’s Guide

Cleantech is Cleaning Up in Private Equity: The Layman’s Guide

According to a report published by the alternative investment research firm Preqin, investments in the cleantech sector are strong, despite the global economic slowdown.
Celebrate the First Ever World Oceans Day

Celebrate the First Ever World Oceans Day

All the hype these days is getting people thinking “green” — but don’t be so quick to forget about the other color covering more than 70 percent of our planet: blue. Oceans help to regulate the Earth’s temperature and climate, as well as constantly cycle important nutrients through the biosphere.

Protect Your Parks

Protect Your Parks

The Pennsylvania State Legislature has proposed a budget that would cut $19 million from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (DCNR) budget, a cut so severe that it would cause the closure of up to 35 protected forests and parks, about a quarter of those in the state.

Airline Industry Launches Carbon Offset Program

Airline Industry Launches Carbon Offset Program

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) on June 5 announced the initiation of a carbon offset program as part of its efforts to survive in the current and projected economic climate. The industry lost $10.4 billion last year and expects to lose $9 billion this year due to falling demand and consumer confidence, along with the fear of pandemics.

Don’t order the Swordfish!

Don’t order the Swordfish!

Swordfish, highly migratory fish, found in all worlds’ Oceans, have been severely over fished.
Sony Ericsson Releases New 15% Greener Phones

Sony Ericsson Releases New 15% Greener Phones

Sony Ericsson has the broad goal of cutting their global emissions by 20% by 2015, and they have taken some steps in the right direction recently by releasing two new handsets that will dramatically reduce the environmental impact
Solar Powered Bus Stops Provide Energy, and WiFi

Solar Powered Bus Stops Provide Energy, and WiFi

The city of San Francisco has been innovating on behalf of the environment for a lot longer than the rest of the nation, and their ingenuity is shining through again as they are set to release the first of 1,100 planned solar bus stops around the city.
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