Archive for October 2009

Kinston Free Press: Greene County educators praise eChalk

SNOW HILL — Greene County educators and school administrators gathered last week at Greene County Middle School to show off eChalk, an online education network. The network, which has been in place in Greene County Schools since 2003, helps teachers communicate better with students and parents, Assistant Superintendent Pat MacNeill said. “We wanted our community…

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Grist.org: Cleantech Open winners get it done quick and cheap

The annual California Cleantech Open startup competition is always a fun event to attend, because you just might be present for the debut of the Google of green energy or the General Motors of electric cars. Beyond that, the competition serves as a leading indicator of emerging green tech trends. And given that the Silicon…

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The Empire State Building: Re:Visioned

Perhaps you’ve heard. New York’s iconic landmark is undergoing a radical transformation: a $550 million renovation incorporating a comprehensive energy efficiency retrofit. The highly-publicized project is projected to save 38 percent of the building’s energy, reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 105,000 metric tons over the next 15 years and lower building costs by $4.4 million…

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Gwinnett Business Journal – Tree Sound

“When we say Paul Diaz is bringing “green” to the music industry, we aren’t just talking about money. When he’s not recording albums for Elton John, Whitney Houston and other mega-celebrities, Paul Diaz might be on his farm, teaching inner city kids about biodynamic organic farming.” Click here to read the full article.

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Video: Chinese news coverage of West Coast Green on NTDTV

A note… NTDTV is now producing a weekly Green Life Education feature for its 1.5 million US viewers. Each episode will be translated into English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese. Each episode will also be published on NTDTV weekly guide or published on our media partner Epoch Times(12 languages in printing and the most widely distributed Chinese daily newspaper www.epochtimes.com). Coverage…

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Watch video: Adora Svitak visits the SETI Institute @adorasv

Adora on TV Blog Post Adora Svitak launches a new tv show on motherboard.tv. Adora will embark on a journey to learn as much as she can about whatever she can with film crew in tow. Although Adora has already written three books, she still has a lot to learn.  In this episode Adora travels…

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Dallas Observer’s front page feature on Re:Vision Dallas

Imagine, if you will, a utopia smack in the heart of downtown Dallas. In this green, sustainable building of tomorrow, you might roll out of bed, take a shower and find your runoff water feeding vegetation growing on the roof and walls, upon which you’ll feast later that night. Or maybe you’ll move downtown and…

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