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A new paper looks at the role the nation’s community colleges will play in the green collar economy.
The California Green Corps will train at-risk youth for a new, green job.
The USGBC New York Upstate Chapter and SUNY are hosting a green building conference on March 19 & 20.
A new paper, the 7 Myths About Green Jobs, takes an in-depth look at the promise of green jobs.
The U.S. Green Building Council website has a variety of resources available for green job seekers.
Solar displays were prominent at the Southwest Build-it-Green Expo in Phoenix.
The New Mexico Green Jobs Cabinet will help shape the future of green jobs in the state.
An organic dairy farmer in Ghent, N.Y., is offering a 6% interest rate on a $1,000 loan.
A St. Patrick’s Day celebration will recognize the new LEED certified building at the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve.
CleanEdge is sponsoring the Green Jobs Fair at the 2009 Energy Trust Better Living Show.
See the complete speech, thanks to the Energy Action Coalition.
Launch your company's green office initiative with a St. Patrick’s Day office party.
These three green office books provide tips on greening your office to creating a more sustainable business.
From desktop to support to managerial positions, green jobs are available in Arizona, today.
Despite the volatility of the stock market, Standard & Poor's has launched the new U.S. Carbon Efficient Index.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.