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What the Energy Future Looks Like: West Village, University of California at Davis

What the Energy Future Looks Like: West Village, University of California at Davis

In the global competition for appealing clean energy solutions, a leading entry is the new West Village at the University of California at Davis (UC Davis), which today celebrated significant progress toward its goal of becoming the largest planned “zero-net energy” community in the United States.
New York City Council Gives a Thumbs Up to Geothermal Heat Pumps

New York City Council Gives a Thumbs Up to Geothermal Heat Pumps

On Dec. 7, 2015, the New York City Council passed the geothermal energy bill Int. 0609-A-2015.
Green Jobs–Not Just for Blue States

Green Jobs–Not Just for Blue States

The Climate Bill is dead. Comprehensive action on energy and climate change issues is not likely to come from the federal government any time soon. One of the oft-repeated opposition mantras is that times are too tough to think about climate action – and the costs that curbing emissions might impose would heavily impact those who can afford additional costs the least.
Sustainable Women Series: Fostering Sustainability in Prisons

Sustainable Women Series: Fostering Sustainability in Prisons

Inmates may be behind bars – but that doesn’t mean they can’t make a difference. Started informally in 2003, the Sustainability in Prisons Project (SPP) is on a mission to bring science and nature into prisons. By 2015, every prison in Washington State had implemented sustainable operations programs in waste sorting, composting, recycling, gardening, water and energy conservation, green purchasing, and more.
Waterpower XV Exhibitors

Waterpower XV Exhibitors

On the following pages, you’ll find detailed information about more than 240 exhibitors.