Category : Economy

Residents and businesses have more green energy choices

Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program In California, we are fortunate that our state positions itself at the forefront of the global fight against climate change. The groundbreaking AB32, the Global Warming Solutions Act, and its associated implementation laws have served as model legislation for other…

0 Comments / 59 View / September 30, 2016

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Participate in Global Circular Economy Event – locally!

Open Source Circular Economy (OSCE) Days, is a global two-day collaborative event comprised of more than 70 local gatherings. The purpose of the event is to trouble-shoot specific issues related to wasted resources. This year it will take place June 9-13, 2016 with more than…

2 Comments / 146 View / May 31, 2016

Super Bowl XLIX — Vote For the Greenest Team!

The Environment Scores When Sports Go Green! This week (January 26 through January 30, 2015) is EPA’s Green Sports Action Week. The purpose of Green Sports Action Week is to celebrate and motivate green actions in sports – from athletes,…

0 Comments / 221 View / January 29, 2015

T. Oaks in 50 Years – Highrises, Pod Housing, Zero Waste?

What will the future City of Thousand Oaks look like? How will we change over the next 50 years? Make your voice heard at the City’s upcoming “Vision 2064” meetings.

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Three ways to GoGreen Now

There are simple steps you can take everyday to keep your community green. Here are Top Ways to Go Green Now: Local harvests from farm to residents available at your local farmer’s market. 1: Buy Locally & Buy Green Why?…

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Almost All Top US Employers Want to Fight Climate Change

Almost All Top US Employers Want to Fight Climate Change

by Ron LochIn in Triple Pundit
This election year there have been ubiquitous declarations about the concerns of America’s “job creators” which is understandable given the high rate of unemployment. But what has been missing from the discussion is that all but one of the top 50 employers in the U.S. is concerned about battling climate change.An analysis of sustainability reports and corporate websites of the Fortune 50 list of top U.S. employers reveals that 68 percent specifically cite climate change as a key challenge, while everyone except Berkshire Hathaway, a holding company, has strategies to lower their carbon footprints and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.These are not just passing references.

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