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  • U.S. Companies' Continued Investments in Energy Efficiency Good For Business, Say Corporate Execs on Capitol Hill Panel

    U.S. companies are continuing to invest in energy efficiency and to incorporate sustainable practices that will lower their future carbon emissions while creating jobs and helping their own bottom lines, corporate executives told a Capitol Hill gathering today.

  • Chevron Energy Solutions Receives Green Business Award

    SAN FRANCISCO, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevron Energy Solutions, a unit of Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX), has received the San Francisco Business Times' 2009 Green Business Award in the "Best Green Service" category.

  • Enviance Named Emerging Leader in Enterprise Carbon Accounting

    Enviance, the leading provider of Internet-based, on-demand systems for the automation of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) compliance activities and greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting and reduction management, has been named an Emerging Leader in Enterprise Carbon Accounting (ECA) by Groom...

  • FBI's Chicago Regional Office Earns LEED Platinum

    For the past decade, USAA Real Estate Co., San Antonio, has managed its portfolio of more than $4.9 billion in assets with energy efficiency in mind. But the seven-time recipient of the Washington, D.C.-based U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star Partner of the Year award decided to...

  • Book Tells Why and How to Create a Sustainable Business

    This book, which challenges the mindset of business as usual, explains how and why to create a sustainable business.

  • Energy-Management Lighting From Lutron Electronics Co. Inc.

    Lutron Electronics Co. Inc.’s Quantum whole-building lighting- and energy-management solution gives building owners and facility managers control of a building’s lighting system.

  • Europe Tackles Sustainability at Local Level

    Europe is tackling sustainability at a local level by developing an Integrated Management System model.

  • From the Hill: January/February 2009

    Environmental legislation news from Capitol Hill.

  • Efficient Design and Building Practices Can Effectively Reduce Your Waste Stream and Boost Your Bottom Line

    Through the point of installing insulation in his 3,600-square-foot custom home near Columbia, S.C., architect Mark Bostic has yet to make or pay for a trip to the local landfill. In Ft. Wayne, Ind., Jeff Zolnik serves about three-quarters of the area's builders with his construction waste...

  • Codding Builds Mixed-use Development

    Codding Enterprises of Rohnert Park, Calif., is getting back into residential development in a big way. The shopping center-centric company, which boasts turn-of-the-century home builder roots, is manning a 10-year build-out of Sonoma Mountain Village, a $1 billion multiuse project to include 1,900...