Alternative Energy News

Recycled Cities can be the New Green Building Alternative

The threat of global warming is very real, and scientists are providing the world with fresh information every other day to reiterate this fact. Eminent personalities like Al Gore had help propel the need for sustainable living to the forefront, garnering interest for the subject from all quarters. Substantial study on green house gas emissions and their harmful interaction with ...

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Energy Jobs: Tax Credits for Green Energy Extended Through 2013

In the frantic rush to avoid toppling over the fiscal cliff, President Obama and Congressional Republicans scrambled to shake hands and extended tax credits for alternative energy sources, and for green energy jobs. Wind energy wasn’t the only winner, as the production tax credit was extended for one year. Geothermal, hydropower and biomass also benefit. Green energy industries other than ...

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From Bacteria to Biofuel

We are constantly striving to define the world around us not only for the sake of control, but to also see if it can’t offer us more. Research is always being performed to create life saving medicines from rainforest plants, and animals are often used to develop life enhancing surgeries. Aside from the occasional new species found, we often feel ...

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HOW TO BECOME A PLAYER IN GLOBAL SECURITY: ELECTRIC CARS ARE A STRATEGIC WEAPON

BY DR. HAROLD GOLDMEIER MANAGING PARTNER, GOLDMEIER INVESTMENTS LLC AND INSTRUCTOR AT AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY, TEL AVIV IN BUSINESS AND SOCIAL POLICY HAROLD.GOLDMEIER@GMAIL.COM 050-2619116 OR 773-764-4357(U.S.). Dr. Goldmeier was a Research and Teaching Fellow at Harvard U. where he received his doctorate in education and government. He worked in the Illinois civil rights office, for three Governors and the U. S. ...

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Small Businesses Going Green: Trendy and Effective

“Going green” may be trendy for companies, but it’s ultimately a smart business move. Taking steps to reduce the company emissions and carbon, cut waste and conserve resources is good for the bottom line and for investor and community relations. Whether you’re a big business or a small enterprise, there are ways to green your appearance. Going green: Why it’s ...

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Environmental Jobs: Universities Get $10 Million for Biofuels

For assistance with your environmental jobs search, check out the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology. There you can get help crafting your resume, tailoring your job hunt, and connecting with employers who will share your values and appreciate your skills. On October 16, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced a $10 million grant for universities to research and ...

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Solar Jobs: What to Do — and Not Do — When Pursuing Your Next Green Job

Green Jobs

For help with writing your resume, networking with employers, and finding your perfect green job, visit the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology right away! A light bulb just turned on in your head (a non-incandescent one, that is): You realize that solar jobs really are the way of the future, and you’re starting to actually look for green ...

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