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.

The World’s Data is Going Green

Going Green

Going green is a big part of the tech industry's focus in 2017 and beyond, but it's not our gadgets making the biggest impact on climate change

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Tips for Shopping for Green Home Products

green home products

Companies and advertisers have finally caught on to the people's desire for green home products. Manufacturers and retailers are offering [read more]

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5 Ways to Find an Energy-Efficient Solution in the Cloud

Energy-Efficient Solution

Adopting cloud-based technology is a smart choice to save money and also provides an innovative means to adopt a more energy-efficient solution.

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5 Trends Making Cars More Eco-Friendly

electric vehicles, eco-friendly

The acceleration of consumers deciding to purchase eco-friendly cars is continuing to take shape...[read more]

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Apple, Tesla, Patagonia & Exxon Champion a Better Environment

Better Environment

From public lands to climate change, both the American public and American companies seem to have something to say for a better environment.

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Keeping a Clean and Eco-friendly Home for Your Family

eco-friendly

when it does come time to clean your house, many folks may not realize, the non eco-friendly products they use are actually encouraging toxic [read more]

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Venture Capital Investment in Clean Energy Rising in Europe

As other investment opportunity windows appear to close, venture capitalists appear to be turning their attention to green technologies. In 2016, venture capitalists invested in clean energy at the fastest pace seen in the past nine years.

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