Monthly Archives: March 2011

TEMPORARY REPRIEVE FOR NYC’S GREENER, GREATER BUILDINGS

According to New York City authorities, about 75% of its carbon emissions come from energy used in buildings, and today’s buildings are expected to make up 85% of the City’s real estate in 2030. It should come as no surprise … Continue reading

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EPA Moves to Jump Start Renewable Energy Projects

Seeking to boost projects that develop renewable energy on potentially contaminated land and mine sites as part of its RE-Powering America’s Land program, EPA announced March 23 it is soliciting applications for

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PBI Environmental Law Forum Scheduled for April 6-7, 2011 in Harrisburg

The Pennsylvania Bar Institute Environmental Law Forum brings together attorneys, consultants, engineers, professors and government officials as they share their passion for preserving, conserving, creating and for advancing new environmental and energy developments. They will address legislative and case law … Continue reading

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Record Number of Clean Technology Venture Investment Deals in 2010

In 2010, venture capital investing reached a new annual record in terms of number of deals, with a total of 715 deals, although the amount of capital invested fell short of the record high in 2008, according to Cleantech Group, … Continue reading

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Brownfields 2011 Scheduled for April 3-5, 2011 in Philadelphia

The National Brownfields Conference is the official U.S. EPA and ICMA cosponsored conference focused on brownfields redevelopment and revitalization. Now in its fourteenth year, the conference continues to be the premier national event for discovering solutions to cleanup challenges

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