Monthly Archives: July 2011

More Than The Army’s Uniforms Are “Green” These Days

On July 25th, the United States Army announced that at least one project in its chemical weapons destruction program was “Green and Strong”: a new technology that uses a more environmentally friendly method of destroying the nation’s chemical weapons. Specifically, … Continue reading

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Volcanoes May Decrease the Rate of Global Warming

Occasionally something occurs that brings home the difficulties presented by complex scientific issues such as climate change. A recent paper prepared by a team led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) concludes that,

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Recent News Highlights Mixed Picture of US Clean Tech Market Competitiveness

Recently, articles looking at aspects of the clean tech market appeared in two well-known and well-respected news outlets – The New York Times and The Financial Times. These articles looked at US competitiveness in two clean tech markets where it … Continue reading

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Event: The Future of Green Buildings Webcast

A webcast on “The Future of Green Buildings” scheduled for Friday, July 22, 2011, at 12:30-2:00 pm EDT will feature Brad Molotsky, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Brandywine Realty Trust (and former Pepper Hamilton LLP lawyer); Brenna Walraven, Managing … Continue reading

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The California Cap & Trade Program Takes Shape

Last week, the California Air Resources Board (“CARB”) published its proposed revisions to the California Cap-and-Trade Program regulations in connection with its announcement of a July 15, 2011 public workshop to address the changes.

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