November 16, 2012
by Peter Lehner

Clean Energy in the Military: Report Says Biofuel Investments Could Spur Economic Growth

Peter Lehner, Executive Director, New York City
For nearly a decade, the American military has been investing in clean technology as part of a long-term strategy to stabilize its energy costs, save soldiers’ lives, and reduce dependence… Continue reading

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April 5, 2012
by Frances Beinecke

Van Jones’ New Book Shows Environmental Protection and Prosperity Go Hand-in-Hand

Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City
Polluting industries like to say that making the air safer to breathe and the water safer to drink is a threat to economic growth. But in his new book, Van Jones confirms once agai… Continue reading

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March 15, 2012
by Noah Long

West Coast gets big, and growing, boost from clean energy

Noah Long, Energy Program Attorney, San Francisco
In 2008, the leaders of the States of California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, and the Province of British Columbia, signed the Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC) Agreement.  This… Continue reading

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November 21, 2011
by Dylan Sullivan

Clean Energy Rust Busting Road Trip Part 1: Cleveland

Dylan Sullivan, Energy Advocate, Chicago
This is a special guest post from 2011 MAP fellow Lauren Kubiak. She, Rocky Kistner and I recently returned from a road trip in Ohio visiting and profiling businesses with a stake in the clean ec… Continue reading

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February 13, 2011
by Jake Schmidt

Republican Budget Proposal Guts International Climate Funding: Bad for American Competitiveness & the Environment

The House Republican budget proposal would gut key programs to help the US tap into the growing global demand for clean energy technologies, reduce the carbon pollution from the loss of tropical forests, and help developing countries adapt to the impac… Continue reading

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October 20, 2010
by Shravya Reddy

The Business of Green: India Inc’s Embrace of Low-Carbon Opportunities

The world over, businesses and industries are seeing immense opportunity in the transition to green, low-carbon economies, and more than ever before they are becoming leaders in environmental protection. This has been true of many corporate players in … Continue reading

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