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Know your limits and be able to communicate them.
A Silicon Valley investor with a penchant for green technology raised $1 billion for a new venture fund. His vision: Clean technologies to lower our carbon footprint.
Fourteen nonprofits were awarded grant funding from Gardenburger's Community Garden Grants Program.
Later today, the Made in America Jobs Tour will host a green jobs rally featuring Lisa Jackson in Gary, Indiana.
New Jersey governor is focusing on a green jobs push to help the state’s economic recovery.
The world's largest sports library is housed in the NFL Films building in Mount Laurel, N.J. That building has just completed an energy-efficiency upgrade.
Environmentally and socially responsible investment companies help make ecosystems and the economy more sustainable.
Growing Home works with the homeless and low-income population in Chicago to provide organic agriculture training.
An eco-friendly drugstore and two LEED Silver university buildings are featured in this edition of the Weekly LEED Roundup.
In collaboration with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Purdue University is working on a Green Manufacturing Specialist Certificate.
The U.S. Green Building Council launches the Building Performance Initiative to obtain data on LEED certified buildings.
The 2nd annual Men's Wearhouse National Suit Drive runs from Sept. 1-30, 2009.
Underwriters Laboratories has been in the product safety industry for more than a century and now it has expanded into the sustainability world.
The State of California is crafting a program to mandate recycling by businesses operating in the state.
The results of a GreenBiz survey shows that hiring in environmental and sustainability positions is up.
A new report from the Sierra Club examines the green rebuilding efforts in New Orleans, nearly four years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.