Conservationists and public interest groups encourage Congress to cut $20 billion in spending and invest in a green economy.
The March 26 workshop will focus on best practices in water conservation for small- and medium-sized craft brewers and cheese companies.
Case studies highlight water system partnerships used to improve technical and financial capacity.
Green Works and Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots program will recognized great ideas and hard work to those individuals, organizations and schools that are making their communities a greener place to live.
Axion begins construction on high load capacity railroad bridges at Fort Eustis Army Transportation Corp. in Virginia.
CE2 Carbon Capital and Dogwood Carbon Solutions' ‘Red Fern’ project to help private landowners monetize and conserve forestry assets.
Interactive Web tool allows customers in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania calculate their energy use and find ways to reduce it.
Oracle Utilities worked with O'Keeffe & Company to tap into the thinking of 1,210 adults and 302 water utility managers in the United States and Canada about water conservation.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Jan 11, 2010
University of Georgia researchers found that, among other things, restoring natural water flows can change the vegetation and negatively affect animals.
The $5.5 million will enable the institute and its partners to continue work in western Tanzania for endangered species, including chimpanzees.
The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices will help Colorado, Hawaii, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Utah and Wisconsin retrofit their state buildings for energy efficiency.
Green building consultant Jerry Yudelson offers his insights on the green building industry.
The third WaterSmart Innovations conference is set for Oct. 6-8, 2010 at the South Point Hotel and Conference Center.
Data from a University of Wisconsin-Madison study found that 940,000 housing units were built between 1940 and 2000 in private land inside the boundaries of national forests.
Free report offers insight into proven program models of energy efficiency.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will provide $19 million in grants through the National Coastal Wetlands Conservation program that will be matched by nearly $26 million in partner contributions.