Posts Tagged ‘electricity’

ESG Notes, Vol. 10

Environmental Forum readers, here is the latest version of our ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Notes compiled each week by Adam Berkowitz. If you have any questions or comments about Nelson Capital’s ESG notes, please leave them for Adam below or…

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Some Green Team updates

We’ve told you all about some of the incredible projects our Green Teams complete throughout the year and our plans to recognize their efforts through our shared eco art program. So today, I wanted to take a quick moment to…

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Slaying energy “vampires”

Based in an energy “vampire” hub for the U.S., the Vancouver Green Team decided to start slaying the energy suckers in their midst. The team—with Debra Kennedy, Vaughan Schmall, and Candice Todd in charge—developed a comprehensive energy efficiency education program…

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Cleantech Open: the commitment to make a difference

Please let me introduce Rex Northen, the Executive Director for the Cleantech Open—the largest business competition in the world that is sweeping our country. I have gotten to know Rex over the last few years, and his passion for innovation…

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Earth Hour 2011

With a flip of a switch you can join us and millions of people worldwide in Earth Hour 2011, a united call to action on climate change. To participate, simply turn off your non-essential lights on Saturday, March 26, 2011,…

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Imagine H2O’s $100,000 contest for energy-saving water startups

Have you ever thought about the amount of electricity it takes to get water from its source to the faucet in your home? In California, depending where you live, the amount of electricity used to bring clean water to home…

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(Y)Our GHGs

When you think about sources of human-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), what are some of the first things that come to mind? Naturally, you’d say trucks, planes, and cars (Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh my!) — and yes, those…

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