Category Archives: Green

The Green Economic Revolution and how it is restoring jobs, local communities and their environment.

California Climate Tax Reduces Electric Bills!

Have you ever broken out into a smile from opening your electric bill? I just did when I opened this month’s bill and saw I owed $4.91. At first I though there must have been a mistake. But after much … Continue reading

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A Green Stock Investment Revolution

My current economic analysis points to the following three drivers behind the emergance of a green stock investment revolution for 2013. Driver #1: Emerging Sustainability Accounting Standards The accounting industry has now started down the path toward developing accounting principals … Continue reading

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2013 U.S. Investor Outlook: Five 2013 Sustainability Stock Investments

Here is my economic outlook of 2013 sustainability trend lines that U.S. stock investors should consider either running toward or away from: Run From Coal Coal is a fuel that the world increasingly cannot afford. Yes, on a therm of … Continue reading

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Did Hurricane Sandy Break Climate Science Silence?

News anchors are describing Hurricane Sandy as a once in a lifetime event. Climate science suggests it is only the beginning. The question is whether Hurricane Sandy is the climate change event that reawakens awareness by the media and consumers … Continue reading

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Price Is The Ultimate Sustainability Metric

Price is one of mankind’s most effective communications tools. It will also prove to be the ultimate sustainability metric. Here’s why. 85% of consumers say they will buy a more sustainable good or service versus a less sustainable one if … Continue reading

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Construction Recycling Best Practices

Success in recycling and repurposing materials/fixtures can make the difference on whether a construction project comes in on budget in today’s still-depressed construction industry. Two factors are driving this trend. The first is the increasing value real estate buyers and … Continue reading

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Global Warming’s Economic Tax Upon The Middle Class

Global warming can now be thought of as an economic tax on the middle class based upon a recent NOAA report found that 56 percent of the continental U.S. is currently experiencing drought. Drought enhanced by global warming is reducing … Continue reading

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