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An Unexpected Surprise

June 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
An Unexpected Surprise

A few days ago, I returned from the small nation of El Salvador located in Central America. Like many small Central American nations, El Salvador’s environment suffers from the issues of exploitative mining, deforestation, and climate change, so the sight of an example of stainable energy was greatly welcomed. While in El Salvador, fourteen other […]

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Donny Disbro at PCM “gets it done” when it comes to saving energy

April 18, 2012 | By | 2 Replies More
Donny Disbro at PCM “gets it done” when it comes to saving energy

Professional Community Management company, PCM, is the third largest property management company in the United States, and with CEO Donny Disbro at the helm, the changes this company has made over the past decade to its own offices pale in comparison to the sensible energy saving changes it believes it can help make in the communities and properties it manages. In my interview with Mr. Disbro, I could not help but become excited as he enthusiastically shared his vision with me. He does have the advantage of having begun his interest and experience in

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A Renewable Germany

March 30, 2012 | By | Reply More
A Renewable Germany

The goal of the German government is to achieve a modern, climate-friendly, sustainable and secure energy supply for Germany. For this purpose, the use of renewable energies will be expanded rigorously and energy efficiency will be further increased with the aim of renewable energies contributing the main share to the energy supply –          German Federal […]

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Arizona State University Capitalizes on Solar Power

February 29, 2012 | By | Reply More
Arizona State University Capitalizes on Solar Power

Arizona State University is in the lead among the most environmentally conscious higher education institutions in the United States. In 2007, the university launched its ASU School of Sustainability (the first school dedicated toward sustainability in the nation) and ever since then, Arizona State University has worked toward becoming a model of logical sustainability. One […]

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Michael Jedlowski of Ashley Furniture Homestores Makes Energy Changes

January 3, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Michael Jedlowski of Ashley Furniture Homestores Makes Energy Changes

I would like to start this interview, Mr. Jedlowski, by thanking you for taking the time to share your ideas with me and the alliance members. You are also our very first business owner who is sharing ideas with, we hope, the world through our Business Spotlight part of our website. Well, let’s begin the interview. Do you think sustainability is important? Yes. Why I think it is important is that it can not only be good for the world, but it can also be economically beneficial for a business if it does it correctly. I believe that sustainability just for sustainability purposes

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