Holiday shoppers who do most of their gift gathering on-line are saving more than wear and tear on their toes. They are also trimming emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by nearly half a million metric tons, according to calculations from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Origin Energy today announced a strategic expansion of its renewable energy portfolio, establishing a joint venture with Geodynamics that will see significant investment in the development of geothermal energy in Australia.
Xcel Energy today announced plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, expand conservation and renewable energy and improve the efficiency of its electricity generation fleet in Minnesota.
Shopping for “green fashion” can challenge even an expert in textiles and clothing, as University of Maryland American studies professor Jo Paoletti is discovering this holiday season. She’s accepted an...
AMDL, Inc., with operations in Shenzhen, Jiangxi and Jilin, China, through its wholly owned subsidiary Jade Pharmaceutical Inc. (JPI), an international biopharma company that engages in the development, manufacture and marketing of proprietary pharmaceutical and diagnostic products, announced today that it has launched significant new expansion plans to increase annualized sales in FY2008, through the introduction of multiple new products and distribution strategies.
Marks & Spencer and Wal-Mart drive the ethical agenda of Retailers, which has been dominated by environmental issues in 2006-2007, states a report released by Geneva-based ethical reputation research firm Covalence, Covalence Retail Industry Report 2007.
Four JCPenney stores are the first retail buildings in the country to earn the Energy Star label for superior energy efficiency and environmental performance.
Two major companies based in New England, Staples and Timberland, were among 17 national leading organizations recently recognized by EPA for taking voluntary steps to use and purchase green power.