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These 10 states now ban employers from pulling a prospective employee's credit report.
Georgia's first LEED Platinum factory-built home will receive its plaque on July 1.
Three universities receive funding through the AT&T Industrial Ecology Faculty Fellowship program.
Oke USA is seeking a person passionate about Fair Trade to fill a Banana Logistics and Sales position.
A new report by Green for All looks at the effect a $150 billion investment would have on green jobs in the U.S.
Symantec and Subway boast their second LEED certifications while a nature center in Utah earns a LEED Platinum rating.
Are aggressive unions a hindrance or a benefit to emerging and expanding clean energy companies?
SustainableBusiness.com has named its choices for the top 20 sustainable stocks.
Van Jones discussed weatherization projects in a White House blog entry and then followed it up with a live chat via Facebook.
New government report reveals the impact that climate change is already having in America, and what we can expect in the future.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom hopes to achieve 75% landfill diversion with the city's new mandatory composting and recycling program.
If you find yourself with a spare $70 million, you can buy a biodiesel plant in Texas.
Van Jones spoke, via teleconference, at Congressman Neil Abercrombie’s green jobs workshop in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Inmates in four Washington state prisons are joining the green jobs revolution.
A $6.4 billion clean energy investment in Georgia could create 59,000 new jobs.
The Eagle Ridge Institute is searching for a green building specialist as part of the AmeriCorps VISTA YouthBuild USA program.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.