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  • Hyatt Hotels Award 31 Local Community Nonprofits

    Helping to spread the spirit of joy and generosity this holiday season, Hyatt Hotels has awarded 31 nonprofits across the globe with Hyatt Community Grants to further their efforts within their local communities. With these grant awards, Hyatt is celebrating a significant milestone: surpassing $2 million in grant funding since the program’s inception in 2008. […] More

  • John Kerry’s Economics of Climate Change Denial

    Thanking the government of Peru for hosting the UN Climate Change Conference, or COP20, John Kerry applauded the delegates for their hard work to bring global warming under control. Approving the draft text of the climate treaty in Peru was a critical stepping stone to the agreement that must be reached in Paris next year. […] More

  • Lima COP20 Climate Delegates Approve Draft Treaty

    Concluding the UN climate conference in Lima, Peru, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has hailed the outcome. Praising the delegates, the UN chief congratulates the COP20 for paving the way to a “universal, meaningful” climate agreement in 2015. For 12 days, the 196 Parties to the UN Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC), known also as Conference of the Parties […] More

  • The North Face #SeeForYourself Taxi Video

    In conjunction with a $250,000 donation to the 21st Century Conservation Service Corp, The North Face launched a nationwide campaign last month inspiring people to explore the big, beautiful outdoors. Roaming the streets of New York City, The North Face “See For Yourself” taxi offered adventure to anyone brave and spontaneous enough to accept it […] More

  • AWEA: Investing in Wind Energy Requires Stable PTC Policy

    Strong investing and rising growth in the wind energy industry has been delivering homegrown energy resources to fuel the American economy, and put more people back to work. With help from the federal Production Tax Credit (PTC), wind energy projects are helping to keep electricity rates low and widescale development projects coming online. According to […] More

  • Stevia Helps US Lose Weight & Quit Smoking, Too

    As more Americans quit smoking, estranged tobacco farmers are coping with their grief by switching to growing domestic stevia, instead. Approved for commercial use in the U.S. five years ago, stevia extracts are fast becoming the more popular choice of sugar substitutes in America. Although most stevia is currently grown in China and South America, […] More

  • San Francisco Reopens Palace of Fine Arts, Co-Sponsored by AT&T

    Mayor Edwin M. Lee joined with business, civic and community leaders on Wednesday, Dec. 03 to launch PPIE100, a yearlong celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE).  The PPIE was the focus of the 1915 World’s Fair, celebrating the completion of the Panama Canal. San Francisco, which had just emerged from the ashes of […] More

  • Clean Energy Growing Strong in Canada’s 1st Annual Report

    In the past five years, investors have moved $25 billion into Canada’s renewable energy sector, propelling a 37 percent employment increase. So says a newly-released report celebrating pollution-free electricity capacity increasing in Canada by 8 gigawatts. Put another way, this is enough to power 2.7 million Canadian homes. Released by Clean Energy Canada on Tuesday, […] More

  • TimeBanks: Investing Your Talent is a Great Gift!

    Being born with a talent is like receiving a great gift, but as they say, giving is better than receiving. Now there’s a way to have your gift and give it, too. Just put it in the bank — the TimeBank. Promoting equality through inclusive exchanges of time and talents, TimeBanks provide investors with a […] More

  • Amazon Shoppers, Start Your Devices! $61bn E-Sales Forecasted

    Representing a 16 percent increase over last year’s holiday e-commerce spending, ComScore’s official forecast for US spending in November and December is $61 billion. Growing 25 percent over last year, mobile purchases are predicted to account for $7.9 billion of the $61bn. Gian Fulgoni, Executive Chairman Emeritus of comScore says, “The stock market is near all-time highs, […] More

  • Canada Launches World Premier Carbon Capture & Storage Site

    Canada’s Boundary Dam power station just helped the world reach a historic milestone along the way to achieving a low-carbon future. With SaskPower’s announcement of the world’s first large-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) system completion, the International Energy Agency (IEA) offered congratulations. Saskatchewan, Canada, is the site of the 110MW retrofit of SaskPower’s Boundary […] More

  • Energy’s Future in Light of US-China Climate Pact

    With the new targets set last week between China and the United States, President Obama superseded the U.S. target of 17 percent reduction in emissions by 2020, made in Copenhagen in 2009. The new target reduction aims for 26-28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025, and aligned with a plan for reducing U.S. emissions by […] More

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