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EcoScraps To Be Made Available At Target Nationwide

EcoScraps To Be Made Available At Target Nationwide

Thatcher Michelsen February 28, 2013 0

By relying on environmentally friendly products like this, you can do your part to make the United States a truly green nation

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Scientists On The Verge Of Revolutionizing The Battery Market

Scientists On The Verge Of Revolutionizing The Battery Market

Thatcher Michelsen February 28, 2013 0

A team of engineers and researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles is working to combine the technology behind superconductors and energy-efficient batteries to create a design that, if fully realized, may change

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Federal Renewable Energy Funding Threatened By Government Sequester

Federal Renewable Energy Funding Threatened By Government Sequester

Thatcher Michelsen February 27, 2013 0

Clean power advocates and government officials are urging both Congress and the Obama administration to offset or delay cuts to the Department of Energy that they say will be costly for the nascent green

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Solar-Powered Cell Towers Could Soon Bring Signals To Rural Communities

Solar-Powered Cell Towers Could Soon Bring Signals To Rural Communities

Thatcher Michelsen February 27, 2013 0

Treehugger, a renewable energy and green living media source, reported earlier this week that several companies are developing and installing solar panels especially designed for placement on cell phone signal towers

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Online Electric Vehicles Could Revolutionize The Green Car Market

Online Electric Vehicles Could Revolutionize The Green Car Market

Thatcher Michelsen February 26, 2013 1

One of the greatest challenges facing the electric vehicle (EV) market has been the mainstream car industry's insistence that EVs are "inconvenient" because they need to be plugged into an outlet to charge, and

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Virgina-Based Nonprofit Set To Unveil New Long-Lasting Water Filter For Developing Nations

Virgina-Based Nonprofit Set To Unveil New Long-Lasting Water Filter For Developing Nations

Thatcher Michelsen February 21, 2013 0

An invention created by a nonprofit organization based at the University of Virginia could change the way that millions of impoverished families purify their water supplies

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MIT Team’s Liquid Metal Batteries Could Provide Huge Boost For Clean Power

MIT Team’s Liquid Metal Batteries Could Provide Huge Boost For Clean Power

Thatcher Michelsen February 20, 2013 0

One of the biggest hurdles facing the green power industry is the creation of a quality battery capable of holding a charge received from a renewable energy technology source

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Researchers Developing Heavy Metal-Free LEDs

Researchers Developing Heavy Metal-Free LEDs

Thatcher Michelsen February 19, 2013 0

A new design for light-emitting diodes (LEDs) could fundamentally change the way that these useful technologies are utilized

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Is The U.S. On The Verge Of Enacting A Carbon Tax?

Is The U.S. On The Verge Of Enacting A Carbon Tax?

Thatcher Michelsen February 14, 2013 0

Several countries already have similar schemes, which place a levy on the amount of carbon dioxide produced by fossil fuel consumption

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President Obama Pushes Green Technology, Climate Change In State Of The Union Address

President Obama Pushes Green Technology, Climate Change In State Of The Union Address

Thatcher Michelsen February 13, 2013 0

Green advocates hoping for some serious words out of President Obama's 2013 State of the Union address were not disappointed, as the president hammered home the goal of his administration to champion renewable energy

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