What do carrots, greenbacks and green energy have in common?

What do carrots, greenbacks and green energy have in common?
In exchange for all the business, the owners have agreed to green up the building. A carrot mob is a large group (the "mob") which constructively uses its buying power (the "carrot") to persuade businesses to adopt better practices. It's a "buycott …
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Thumb up: Stuart Commission likely to approve greenenergy initiative
ENERGY SAVINGS: Stuart business owners looking to slash their energy bills — and help clean the air in the process — should pay attention to the Stuart Commission's meeting on Monday. Commissioners likely will approve an initiative to participate in …
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EU should seek 100 percent green energy by 2050: WWF
The report is based on analysis by Dutch consultancy Ecofys, which judged 100 percent renewables by 2050 to be realistic, although it would require big improvements in energy efficiency, as well as accelerated development of wind, solar and green …
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Green energy 101… the basics of alternative energy
Green energy is a hot topic. From solar to wind and everything in between, finding sources that don't rely on carbon-based fuels is a key to long-term sustainability. Alternative energy has come a long way in the last decade, but there is still a long …
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