Big Week in the "Real" CSR – Climate Saving Regulation

On May 14, 2010, in Blog, by Neal Dikeman

It’s been a big week in Greenhouse Gas regulation land.  Huge boost for cleantech sales executives and afficianados everywhere. EPA announces a slightly delayed and somewhat more limited GHG regulation rule. Starting in July 2011, all facilities greater than 75,000 tons per year in emissions will have to get GHG permits. And John Kerry and Joe […]

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Transportation’s Role in Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions

On May 13, 2010, in Blog, by John Addison

U.S. DOT April 2010 Report to Congress A wealth of potential solutions, from electric cars, to better transit, to reduced VMT, are detailed in the recent Department of Transportation’s report to Congress. Not only is the report rich with promising climate action, solutions are detailed to address U.S. energy security, with 97 percent of our […]

Is Ethanol’s Carbon Footprint Bad? It Depends.

On April 15, 2008, in Blog, by Neal Dikeman

In the cleantech and carbon worlds, the carbon footprint of ethanol, whether from corn or sugar feedstocks and fermentation processes, or enzymatic or thermochemical cellulosic sources, is always good fodder (or perhaps, “fuel”) for debate. And depending on which process and which study you personally ascribe to, the answer on how carbon clean ethanol looks […]

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