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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.
The amusement park giant announces its new commitment to the environment.
A combined KFC and Taco Bell restaurant as well as a GM dealership in Michigan make this week's list.
The definition of green jobs is definitely subjective and politicians in Oregon are trying to define them as part of the state's HB3300.
GoodGuide allows you to get past good marketing and look at the nitty gritty eco-details on tens of thousands of products.
It sounds odd, but it actually works. That's why the charity Matter of Trust is collecting truckloads of hair from all across the country.
The newly launched green jobs section features a Green Job of the Week, a Q&A with Bronwyn Llewellyn, a live Twitter feed and much more.
Audubon Centers in East Los Angeles, Seattle and Phoenix receive grant funding from the REI Foundation.
Version 3 of the LEED for Commercial Interiors checklist is now available for new projects.
The deadline to apply for an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant is June 25, 2009.
A family owned ice cream parlor in Pennsylvania is harnessing the power of the sun.
UNC-Chapel Hill gets a multimillion dollar grant for solar fuel research and green jobs creation.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.