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Federal, state and local governments in the U.S. increasingly opt for LEED certified green building construction.
The Japan earthquake has turned the focus on building earthquake-proof nuclear power plants for a sustainable planet.
P&G has reaffirmed its commitment to global sustainability with its plans to pursue LEED certification for all sites.
China is quietly positioning itself as the worldâs next green superpower with large investments in clean energy.
Originally called for by Congress back in 2002, their BioPreferred program idea was revolutionary.
Africa stands on the threshold of inevitab socio-economic change. The current Egyptian crisis is symbolic of it.
The USDA's bio-based label is being criticized for failing to indicate product sustainability.
Dow received a $20 million grant from the U.S. DOE to develop new forms of "building integrated" solar arrays.
A total of 7.875 gigawatts of geothermal energy projects have already been funded through U.S. stimulus spending.
Habitat for Humanity has reportedly built a "net zero energy" house near Denver for about $116 per square foot