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New laws are being put into place which will infuse some green (cash) into green jobs. Our expert gives you the 411.
Greenpeace USA is searching for a Grassroots Director to help lead the organization's environmental advocacy campaigns.
90 percent of the Chinook salmon along the California-Oregon coast have disappeared, causing the fishing season to be canceled for the second year in a row.
With a variety of eco-friendly features like local beer and low-flow toilets, NYC's Brooklyn Bowl aims to raise bowling alleys out of the gutter.
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Financial institutions are putting the green back into your greenbacks.
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Inmates at the Cedar Creek Corrections Center try their hand at saving the environment.
Catching the attention of eBay and Whole Foods, a nonprofit/for-profit hybrid merges going green with making green.
How eco-consumerism will survive the recession.
Jerry Cooper is a LEED accredited human. Meet the architect who is helping make development sustainable again.
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