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Florida Hotel Earns “Three Palms”

Florida Hotel Earns “Three Palms”

The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point in Bonita Springs was recognized for conservation and pollution prevention...Read More...

Design Firm Changes Name

Design Firm Changes Name

Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates, Inc. and its affiliates has changed its name to...Read More...

Pepperidge Farm Installs Second Fuel Cell Power Plant

Pepperidge Farm Installs Second Fuel Cell Power Plant

The food manufacturer dedicated a 1.2 megawatt fuel cell power plant at its bakery facility in Bloomfield, CT earlier this month....Read More...

Federal Agency Issues Agenda On Net-Zero Energy Buildings

Federal Agency Issues Agenda On Net-Zero Energy Buildings

The report, "Federal R&D Agenda for Net-Zero Energy, High-Performance Green Buildings," was produced by the National Science and Technology Council’s Buildings Technology Research and Development...Read More...

Dunkin’ Donuts Goes Green

Dunkin’ Donuts Goes Green

The coffee and baked goods franchise marked the opening of its first LEED certified location last week in St. Petersburg, FL....Read More...

EPA Recognizes Water Efficiency Advocates

EPA Recognizes Water Efficiency Advocates

The four organizations and individuals were chosen for their efforts to increase water efficiency across the United...Read More...

Exhibit On “Green Community” To Open In Washington, DC

Exhibit On “Green Community” To Open In Washington, DC

The National Building Museum will continue its exhibitions on green topics with the opening of “Green Community” later this...Read More...

Weird Wednesday: New Meaning To “Please Remain In Your Seats”

Weird Wednesday: New Meaning To “Please Remain In Your Seats”

A company offers a venue for social events in the...Read More...

DuPont Contributes To A Bright Environment

DuPont Contributes To A Bright Environment

The company donated sheets of its Corian® material to help create a high-tech gathering place for hospitalized children and...Read More...

EPA Considering Carbon Regulation Options

EPA Considering Carbon Regulation Options

In an exclusive interview with CarbonInsider.com, the director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Climate Change Division indicated that the agency is anticipating widespread carbon regulatory restrictions on business. EPA is moving ahead with preparations that could well include imposing on industry mandatory reductions in greenhouse gas emissions which experts have said lead to global warming....Read More...