Newsweek has been releasing a green ranking of America's and the world's biggest companies for a few years now, and the 2011 results are in.The Top-Ranked Green Companies:
In the U.S.: IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Sprint Nextel,
With all the talk among the Republican hopefuls for President about opening up more of the US for energy exploration in the name of job creation, here's an infographic laying out in stark terms how many
Who says we have to choose between jobs and the environment? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is starting a sort of Public Works program for the Great Lakes --- prioritizing funding for restoration projects that put the
Wondering where the green jobs are, how much the green economy has grown compared to the rest of the economy and who's actually getting green jobs? Then 1BOG (the innovative residential solar power company) has a great infographic for you.
With the recent fight over the debt ceiling in Congress, Wisconsin's upcoming recall elections have not been national news much like the state's heated politics were earlier this year. Yet many Wisconsin
Nobel prize winner and U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu has announced a new $2 million student contest to foster clean energy innovation, known as the National University Clean Energy Business Challenge. The idea is to create a network
It's music festival time and camping time and if you are in the UK, it's raining time. And more rain. Thus we present the perfect (spud) poncho...made out of potato starch bioplastic, it's the eco friendly way to stay dry.
all images: Brookings Institution Brookings Institution has a new report out on green jobs and the clean economy in the US which contains some truly encouraging (and perhaps surprising) findings. Topping the list is that, though the clean economy grew
Getting a quality job in a growing industry seems like a revolutionary concept these days.
Right now, millions of unemployed Americans are desperately searching for new opportunities, only to have their applications
New York Legislators have until June 20th, the end of the session, to vote on a numerous amount of bills. Many of the others, such as gay marriage, have been getting signifcant more press attention. Still, the New York Solar Jobs
When Obama first came into office in 2009, he did so on the back of a promise to usher in a green jobs revolution of sorts -- with an intent to employ 5 million people in sectors like clean energy and efficiency improvement