John Courtney

John Courtney is a sophisticated professional powered with broad-based experience in Agile Project Management and E-commerce with Fortune 500 companies. Exhibiting superior talents in prioritizing and managing complex cross-functional projects, identifying and removing impediments, coaching teams to adopt Agile engineering practices and continual improvement to ensure scope, quality, time, and cost of projects are met. Aside from leading Agile projects, John spends his time running U.S. Green Technology a green content aggregator and news blog that provides perspective on green technology trends and innovations.

Could Alternative Energy Be the Next Big Thing for Venture Capitalists?

When taking care of the environment became trendy about a decade ago, venture capitalists shifted large amounts of investment dollars from software and the Internet to “cleantech,” anointing it as the next big thing in investing.

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Top 5 Activities on the San Blas Islands

Known for their natural, pristine beauty, including beaches and mangroves, the San Blas Islands are becoming a popular destination for ecotourism.

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New Report Urges World Bank to Invest in Clean Energy

A report from the Bank Information Centre (BIC) and worldwide partner organizations has found that the World Bank’s $5 billion policy loans are supporting investment in coal and other fossil fuels.

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Ecotourism: Birding on San Blas Islands

The San Blas Islands boast one of the best environments for tropical bird watching in the world.

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Triodos Bank Leads the Way for Clean Energy Investment in Europe

Sustainable Dutch bank, Triodos Bank, completed the highest of clean energy investment deals during 2016, according to Clean Energy Pipeline’s Renewables Infrastructure Investment in Europe 2016 report.

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Ecotourism and Sustainability in the San Blas Islands

San Blas Islands

The local Kuna communities in San Blas place high importance on the sustainability of their environment. The Kuna’s staunchly defend and [read more]

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Venture Capitalists Invest in Clean Energy

Reports show that new technology that will pave that way to a clean future continues to be produced, yet the well has mostly dried up in terms of investment. But the money is starting to return via venture capitalists.

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