Study: Renewable Energy Sector Grows Despite Recession, Further Growth Expected In 2010

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The recent economic slowdown appears to not have impacted the renewable energy sector as many had feared. Renewable energy has actually been exhibiting strength in recent years according to a new study. This is in large part due to China’s renewable energy sector growth.

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Blue is the New Green: Water Conservation in a LEED Home, Part 1 Inside

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When we talk utilities, energy tops the list of resources people are looking to save. By the year 2025, if present water consumption patterns continue, 2 out of every 3 people on the planet will live in water stressed conditions as reported by the United Nations Environment Program. The beauty of them is how you can use them to conserve energy and water by washing full loads that are small.

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Green Movement Celebrities

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As going green becomes more and more chic, celebrities are embracing the movement and advocating renewable energy, green products , and the like. The award show took place at the National History Museum in London, with candidates including Paul McCartney and musician Miguel Bose. Gisele has been a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Environment Program since 2009 and has been a big supporter of environmental issues and events, such as World Environment Day.

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Sustainable Transportation

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Image credit: Inhabitat Transportation corridors and facilities are major components of the nation’s landscape and public realm.

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Entrepreneurs of the Natural World Show Case Their Ground Breaking Solutions to the Environmental Challenges of the 21st Century

The Green Changemakers

Toxic-free fire retardants, based on waste citrus and grape crops inspired by the way animal cells turn food into energy without producing flames—the so called citric acid or Krebs cycle. The initiative is the brainchild of the Biomimicry Guild and the Zero Emission Research and Initiatives (ZERI) in partnership with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and IUCN-the World Conservation Union. The Nature’s 100 Best book will be published in May 2009.

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