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    EPA Names 13 New Energy Star Winners

    Small Businesses and Congregations Fight Climate Change through Energy Efficiency and Innovation Washington, D.C. (RUSHPRNEWS) 09/16/2008 -Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency named the 13 winners of the 2008 Energy Star Small Business and Congregation Awards. This year’s winners are recognized for doing their part to save energy and fight climate change through effective energy… Keep Reading…

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    Nasa Scientists Announces Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Lowest Coverage For 2008

    WASHINGTON, (RUSHPRNEWS) 09/17/2008 — Arctic sea ice coverage appears to have reached its lowest extent for the year and the second-lowest amount recorded since the dawn of the satellite era, according to observations from the NASA-supported National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado in Boulder.While slightly above the record-low minimum set Sept…. Keep Reading…

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    Scotland A World Leader In Renewable Energy Tidal Stream

    ScottishPower Renewables announce world`s largest tidal stream projects SCOTLAND(RUSHPRNEWS) 09/29/2008–ScottishPower Renewables can today confirmed they are evaluating three separate coastal sites for the development of the world’s largest tidal stream projects. This historic milestone has been made possible by the successful trial of the world’s most advanced tidal turbine – Lànstrøm. Two of the sites… Keep Reading…

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    Big City Mayors Leading The Environmental Way

    Mayors `get it` on climate change NEW YORK(RUSHPRNEWS)10/01/2008-Ironically, the most ambitious U.S. action in the fight against global warming is coming from big cities and their mayors. It seems preposterous on its face. Each city’s emissions are only a tiny fraction of the global pie. Cities can’t force utilities to shift to renewables, or make… Keep Reading…