Monthly Archives: October 2009

How much oil in a Quarter Pounder?

Posted direct from the Bioneers Conference 2009:

Michael Pollan wowed the audience by pulling out a double quarter pounder and then pouring out how many ounce of oil was required to produce this hamburger. Take your best guess and click on the blog section of this website to find out the stunning answer! Continue reading

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55% of Worker Think They Are More Productive in Green Buildings!

Should green building investments be considered as a medical insurance cost reduction tool? Continue reading

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What’s The Secret? Think like an entrepreneur.

A concept Corporate America should strongly consider is to create internal “green-entrepreneurs” and give them a business unit to start or grow independent of the constraints associated with protecting legacy systems or products. Continue reading

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A Map of Green Jobs!

A map of green companies across the United States shows the potential a sustainable economy has for restoring jobs and our environment. Continue reading

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Pharox: soft light for 20 yrs!

Lemnis Lighting is in the early “beach head” stage of executing a “Crossing the Pricing Chasm™” strategy to replace the incandescent light bulb. Continue reading

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Wi-Drive, Cost Competitive, Green, Enhanced Productivity

Bauer’s Wi-Drive mass transit solution aligns value with values by offering very competitive prices for a superior ecological result that also frees the customer to create value in what was formerly a time slot allocated to a mundane task. Continue reading

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Rainwater HOG “Cost less, mean more”

Entrepreneurial companies like Rainwater HOG LLC are developing the “cost less, mean more” water supply alternatives to the legacy 20th Century solutions that are increasingly “costing more, delivering less.” Continue reading

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