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  • Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com Announces Release of Solar Powered LED Beacon

    Magnalight.com announced today the release of a solar powered Class 1 rated LED beacon that offers maintenance free operation and 30 different strobing flash patterns. Powered by a 14.3 volt lithium poly battery and recharged via an included solar panel assembly, the SPLED-CL1B-M Class 1 LED beacon is visible for over a mile and can run for over 5 hours on a full charge. This LED beacon is ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Solar power solutions launches LED solar powered security lighting line

    Solar Power Solutions has unveiled their line of the highest quality and most affordable Solar Powered Security Lighting to be used in a wide range of both residential and commercial applications. These solar powered lights are equipped with Rechargeable Batteries and feature wide-angle LED lighting technology combined with attractive designs engineered to withstand any climate ...


  • 2011-2015 Deep Research Report on Global and China OLED Panel Industry

    2011-2015 Deep Research Report on Global and China OLED Panel Industry was a professional and depth research report on Global and China OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) Panel Industry. Firstly the report describes the background knowledge of OLED Panel, including OLED Panel Concepts Classification Application manufacturing process technical parameters and raw materials etc; then ...


  • Local Reporter PGEUNPLUGGED Reveals Details of PG&E San Bruno Independent Review Panel Investigation

    PGEUNPLUGGED, an unincorporated non profit association, today announced an examination of the independent review panel's conclusions related to the San Bruno explosion of PG&E natural gas pipeline. PGEUNPLUGGED agrees with Dennis Wyatt, Editor of the Manteca Bulletin who says "It is stuff that PG&E and the CPUC is hoping never gets wide distribution." Wyatt culls some astonishing facts ...


  • LUMENHAUS - the responsive architecture, zero energy house

    Imagine waking up on a cold winter"s morning to light streaming in through your bedroom window and the smell of fresh coffee. The concrete floor is warm and your favorite music starts to play as you eat your breakfast. As you drive away the house automatically locks, the thermostat reduces and the insulation panels close as the house goes into hibernation until you return. Welcome to LUMENHAUS, ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Mercury 2013 to examine effectiveness of global treaty

    A legally binding agreement to reduce global mercury emissions was signed by 140 countries in January this year, amid delight that an important milestone had been reached in the control of toxic mercury emissions. However, the effectiveness of the treaty will be assessed by a panel of experts during ‘Mercury 2013’ - the International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP) ...

  • NWRI releases two reports on assessing recycled water criteria for state of California

    The National Water Research Institute (NWRI) has released two reports that evaluate different aspects of recycled water criteria for the State of California. One report provides conclusions as to whether recycled water used to irrigate food crops in California is sufficiently protective of public health, while the second report evaluates the suitability of a potential analytical technique to ...

  • Mercury 2013 creates launchpad for new UNEP Minamata Convention

    The organisers of the Mercury 2013 International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant (ICMGP) have described this year's event as a triumph - with over 900 delegates from over 65 countries, 417 oral presentations and 530 posters, the week-long Edinburgh event was a hive of activity. The conference covered all issues relating to mercury and its potential negative effects on the environment ...

  • Dr. Russell Keenan Joins Integral Consulting as Vice President

    Science and engineering company Integral Consulting Inc. is pleased to announce that Dr. Russell Keenan has joined its firm as a Principal and Vice President. A national expert in environmental risk assessment and toxicology, Dr. Keenan is known for his skills in risk assessment of PCBs, dioxins, furans, chromium, and mercury and for the development of time-dependent probabilistic risk assessment ...


    By Integral Consulting Inc.

  • Employee promotions recognize talent and include new client services division at Integral

    Integral Consulting Inc. announces several promotions within the company. The promotions include the establishment of a new position of Vice President of Client Services as well as recognition of scientists and administrative staff who contributed to the firm’s success in 2009. Despite a challenging economic climate, the company grew last year—adding a geochemistry and mining group to the Denver, ...


    By Integral Consulting Inc.

  • Impact of Water Scarcity on Power Generation

    The UNEP Finance Initiative launches Issue 2 of the Chief Liquidity Series at World Water Week in Stockholm STOCKHOLM - The United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) launched Issue 2 of The Chief Liquidity Series focused on the Power Sector at an event entitled 'Seeking Liquidity: Integrating Corporate Water ...


    By UNEP Finance Initiative

  • Cameron, Bono link poverty, climate at AP debate

    Global leaders argued Friday that efforts to eradicate poverty must be linked to climate change, saying that rising temperatures will have widespread effects on everything from food supplies to education. Panelists at two separate sessions at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland - among them Bill Gates, Al Gore and U2 frontman Bono ...


    By Associated Press

  • Five takeaways from the IPCC report on extreme weather and climate change

    The world must brace for more extreme weather. That is the clear message from a new report that finds climate change is likely to bring more record-breaking temperatures, heat waves, and heavy downpours. The much anticipated Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX) – the summary of ...

  • EPA Denies Petition to Ban Chlorpyrifos

    U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Pruitt signed an order denying the September 2007 petition of the Pesticide Action Network North America (PANNA) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) requesting that EPA revoke all tolerances and cancel all registrations for the pesticide chlorpyrifos.  This is the latest EPA action in a long and contentious battle concerning ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Connecticut citizens receive prestigious regional EPA environmental award

    Three Connecticut citizens and two environmental groups from the Nutmeg State will be honored tomorrow in Boston’s Faneuil Hall as EPA presented its annual Environmental Merit Awards for 2011. The merit awards, recognizing valuable contributions to environmental awareness and problem solving, are a unique way that EPA can recognize individuals and groups that are making significant impacts ...

  • University of Utah teams receive $15K each for Sustainable Technology Competition

    Two student-led projects at the University of Utah have received $15,000 each from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as part of the People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) annual student design competition. These grants are among 45 totaling $675,000 awarded today to college teams across the nation to develop sustainable technologies to protect public health and the environment and ...

  • Vote now “active cities, healthy cities!” online contest

    Online contest raises awareness about the public health benefits of sustainable urban development and transport in Latin America and Caribbean. A new online competition, “Active Cities, Healthy Cities”, was launched today to raise awareness of cities in Latin America and the Caribbean dedicated to sustainable ...

  • Forum to Address Impact of Fuel Choices on the Environment in Developing Countries

    Pittsburgh, PA (June 2, 2005) - As emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter decline or slow in industrialized nations, many developing countries are seeing rapid growth in energy-related pollution as a result of ...

  • INFLUENCE GAME: Chemical trade tries to shape regs

    The powerful chemical industry is putting its lobbying muscle behind legislation that would establish standards for chemicals used in products from household goods to cellphones and plastic water bottles - but also make it tougher for states to enact their own regulations. Many states already have acted on their own - and that's what's gotten the industry's attention. "Rather than be picked apart ...


    By Associated Press

  • Leading Commercial and Industrial Vendors and Service Providers Partner With Fast-Growing Noesis Energy To Target New Business Opportunities

    Noesis Energy, whose energy measurement and savings platform puts businesses in control of their energy costs, signed 15 new marketing partners in recent weeks. These companies, which represent some of the top ...


    By Noesis Energy

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