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You'll never guess who I bumped into at a green jobs expo — the Teamsters.
The U.S. Green Building Council is collaborating with the Clinton Climate Initiative to help reduce CO2 emissions around the world.
Wal-Mart is embracing the green building movement through its Sustainable Buildings network.
Honda received five LEED building certifications in 2008.
The Wal-Mart Foundation donated nearly $6 million to support the creation of green jobs; including a grant to a veteran's organization.
The trend towards using eco-friendly building methods is gaining popularity in sub-Saharan Africa.
Timbervest offers rooted investments amid economic turmoil.
The LEED for Schools green building rating system was launched in 2007 for K-12 school buildings.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi receives the first Green Jobs Champion Award.
The Santa Monica NRDC building is so green that it received LEED Platinum certification.
The brand new Hyatt at Olive 8 will be Seattle’s first LEED certified hotel.
The Veterans Green Jobs Academy will help prepare veterans for employment in the new green economy.
Not all green jobs pay well. A new study looks at making green jobs good jobs.
A DuPont research facility in Hawaii generates 85% of its power from a one-acre solar panel array.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.