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Greenovations: Belkin – WeMo

Greenovations: Belkin – WeMo

Want a little more control in your life? The Belkin WeMo is one of the coolest products for tech/sustainability enthusiasts and really for anyone who wants a little more control.…

Sandy’s Aftermath: Prayers for New York and New Jersey

Sandy’s Aftermath: Prayers for New York and New Jersey

A few years ago, deep within the gift shop of the National Cathedral in Washington, DC, I found a little booklet titled For All the States. Inside the book, that…

The Green Minute: Help Wanted – Environmental Advocacy Job Openings

The Green Minute: Help Wanted – Environmental Advocacy Job Openings

The other night, I was watching on some cable station, either the USA Network or TBS, one of my all-time favorite movies, the 1993 classic Dave.   There is one…

Renewable Energy Use Has Gone Up In America – The Daily Orbit

Renewable Energy Use Has Gone Up In America – The Daily Orbit

Why does America deserve a pat on the back? Hermit crabs: cute or cunning? And a glass of wine, good for the heart but not for the head? All that…

The Green Minute: Green EMA Tips of the Day (October Edition)

The Green Minute: Green EMA Tips of the Day (October Edition)

The Environmental Media Association, an organization dedicated to mobilizing the entertainment industry to educate people about environmental issues, which in turn, inspires them to take action, produces a daily “green tip of…

Greenovations: Philips Lighting – Hue Connected Bulbs

Greenovations: Philips Lighting – Hue Connected Bulbs

While the use of smartphones and computing tablets continue to permeate our society, more and more products are incorporating wireless controls via apps available for smartphones and tablets into their…

Environmentally Agnostic – A video Column by Steve Richerson

Environmentally Agnostic – A video Column by Steve Richerson

Our good friend and Green Register columnist Steve Richerson has produced a new video/column titled “Environmentally Agnostic.” In this video Steve provides a multitude of reasons why sustainability works and…

BASF Receives Two LEED-Platinum Certifications at New Jersey Headquarters

BASF Receives Two LEED-Platinum Certifications at New Jersey Headquarters

According to Sustainablebusiness.com, German chemical company BASF has received two LEED-Platinum certifications for its North American headquarters in New Jersey, the highest green building award. The 325,000-square-foot building is the 5th building in the…

The Making of ALL HALE: Alabama’s Natural Beauty on Display

The Making of ALL HALE: Alabama’s Natural Beauty on Display

The Green Register recently profiled a story about a new independent film entitled ALL HALE that was filmed in rural Alabama with the help of Judson College and their student…

Sweden: Making Money And Energy Off Of Euro Trash

Sweden: Making Money And Energy Off Of Euro Trash

As Reported by Brett Smith for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online At 96 percent, Sweden has one of the highest rates of recycling. So when the country began generating heat…

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