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This is one I haven’t seen floating around yet. Personal carbon credits. A new website helps you to cash-in on reducing your carbon emissions...

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Pitchers and catchers don’t report for spring training until February 18 but the Minnesota Twins are already getting a jump on the 2010 baseball...

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Since September, when the Ontario Power Authority began its generous payment for rooftop solar power, Toronto’s commercial roof acreage has become the site of...

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If you’ve ever spun a yo-yo, you’ll have no trouble getting the hang of Easy Energy’s new YoGen handheld charger.  According to its North...

Water

Chemical treatment is becoming a less desirable way to provide safe drinking water, and water professionals have been searching for a less expensive, more...

Climate Change

Noting the failure of the Copenhagen Talks to produce an internationally agreeable climate change treaty, the European Union is looking to push for more...

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Based on the rash of predictions for cleantech in 2010 from investors, consultants and media (see the full list at the end of this...

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Google is doing a lot these days to help the environment. Now, they have just filed to buy and sale wholesale electricity. Are they...

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According to Eric Straser, a partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures and a pioneer in cleantech investing, “In 2009… cleantech…is now garnering nearly 20 percent...

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By now, you’ve probably had your fill of 2010 prediction lists about cleantech and renewable energy, but no such list was worth its bytes...

Water

Wineries are notorious for using large amounts of water, with estimates ranging up to 20 gallons of water needed to produce a singe gallon...

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