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For the last few years, the Charleston Green Committee has been working hard to keep the city focused on sustainability. Earlier this year, the Committee finalized the Charleston Green Plan (download), a comprehensive set of studies, ideas, and recommendations to improve the city’s sustainability. On Tuesday, December 15th, the Plan goes in front of the […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Looking for ways to make your office more green? Check out Xerox’s new eco-friendly office paper. It’s cheap and uses half has many trees as traditional office paper. Football season is almost here and for many that means tailgate […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Not sure why switching from plastic bags to reusable bags is a good idea? Read this article… via Boing Boing. NPR consistently provides solid and enlightening reporting about the environment. On Friday, I caught a really interesting segment on […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Remember the report that circulated not too long ago stating that Google could save a ton of energy by switching the background color of the Google search page from white to black? Well if you were wondering, Google has […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Freaked out by lead-painted Elmos and Dora the Explorer toys? Try environmentally friendly toys made of renewable corn-based bioplastics. The company responsible? The aptly named Green Toys. Speaking of bioplastics, Target has announced a new biodegadable gift card. This […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Newsweek’s Project Green takes a look at the growth of green jobs and availability for recent college grads. Grist runs down the 15 greenest cities in the world. Plug-in hybrid school buses? Yep… in Tampa, Florida. EcoGeek takes a […]


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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Surprise fellow Americans…! The U.S. rejects EU emission reductions. What’s global warming look like? Ask Australia — they’re getting hit hard right now… will the world take notice? CNET’s Green Tech column breaks down 25 things you can do […]










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