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2011 Ceres Conference - An Interview with Michael Robinson, Vice President, Environment, Energy and Safety Policy, of GM

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) May 12, 2011 - Michael Robinson, Vice President, Environment, Energy and Safety Policy, of GM sat down for an interview at the 2011 Ceres Conference, taking place May 11th and 12th in Oakland, CA.  

GM, Auto Industry, and Drivers Better Positioned for Changing Fuel Prices

GM White Paper summarizes industry trends and GM fuel economy initiatives
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DETROIT – Recent jumps in prices at the pump are again making fuel economy a hot topic.  Reporters and analysts speculate about how high prices might go, how global events might affect oil prices, and how the auto business might be impacted.  Drivers, anxious over prices that seem to increase with each fill-up, wonder what next week will bring.

GM Leads in Clean-Energy Patents

Ranking demonstrates GM’s commitment to sustainable transportation
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) DETROIT, MI - April 15, 2011 – General Motors received more clean-energy patents last year than any other organization, according to the Clean Energy Patent Growth Index of U.S. patents. GM’s 135 patents represent nearly 14 percent of the total 1,881 received by 700 entities.

Andrew Winston Joins RecycleMatch Advisory Board

Renowned Green Advisor and Author to Advise First Online Marketplace for Business Recycling and Zero Waste
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Houston, TX - March 23, 2011 - RecycleMatch, the first online B2B marketplace for business recycling and waste diversion, today announced Andrew Winston has joined the company’s advisory board. Best-selling author of Green to Gold and Green Recovery, Winston’s contributions will leverage his extensive experience in sustainability consulting for large corporations like Bank of America, Bayer, HP, Pepsi, Boeing, and IKEA.
 

TerraMoto CEO Reports From the Front Lines of the Electric Vehicle "EV" Wars

CEO Quentin Sponselee predicts market winners and losers, and opportunities for consumers
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TerraMoto Transportation CEO Quentin Sponselee foresees challenges ahead for producers of electrified vehicles like the Chevy Volt from GM and the Nissan Leaf as these autos move closer to the marketplace.  Consumer education, cost, and infrastructure are three of the keys to success says Sponselee, describing how automakers can deal with these.

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TerraMoto Transportation CEO Quentin Sponselee foresees challenges ahead for producers of electrified vehicles like the Chevy Volt from GM and the Nissan Leaf as these autos move closer to the marketplace.  Consumer education, cost, and infrastructure are three of the keys to success says Sponselee, describing how automakers can deal with these.

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