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MyFax Offers Fax Users a Choice
Tandberg Data Offers Recycling Rebate Program
Data Centers Find They Can't Afford to Not 'Go Green'
Want More Energy For Computing? Burn Trash!
IT Execs to Gather in Orlando for Green Enterprise Computer Event
Hybrid Batteries 'Benign'
Organic Retailer Touts Fuel Cell Powered Supermarket
TMCnet Interviews ON24 CEO
Can Virtualization Green The Emerald Isle?
Become a Carbon Hero
Green Technology the Answer to Pollution in Japan?
Green Tech Not 'Sexy' Enough?
Encouraging Green Tech Development
American Business Worlds Worst Addiction- Paper
Intel Pledges Green For Green's Sake
WSJ: US Seeks to Lower Green Trade Barriers
Space Junk: The Green Problem No One Ever Talks About
California Rakes in the Green Tech Dough
Investments in Green Tech Exceed $5 Billion for 2007
Land Rover Unveils Green Concept
Honda Stays on Green Message in Detroit
GM, Coskata in Ethanol Deal
GM Greens Up CES, Unveils New Caddy
Green Earth Gets Funding
InterCall Partners with Climate Action to Promote Green Technology
Electric Car Offers Savings to Londoners
IXYS Joins Climate Savers Computing Initiative
Only 1 in 5 Recycle e-Waste Properly
Silicon Valley VCs Seeing Green for Green's Sake
Toronto Star: Will New Social Climate Lead to Green?
Forrester: In Search of Green Tech Consumers
Investors Still Keen on Green
Ausra to Build Solar Manufacturing Plant in NV
Equitrac Helps Organizations Stay on a 'Green' Track by Reducing Paper Waste
TSA, Continental Airlines Go 'Green' and Secure with Encrypted Boarding Pass Info On Mobile Devices
Utah to Curb Greenhouse Emissions
Survey: Contact Centers Seeing Green
Singapore Organization Creating 'Green' Building for Zero Net Energy Usage
IBM Goes Greener
Business Link in UK Intros New Green Business Web Site
Report: Australian Companies Not Ready for Carbon Emissions Reporting, Trading
Companies Can be 'Green' With the Technology They Already Have
Nokia, Backed by Mayor Bloomberg’s Office, Launches Mobile Device Recycling Campaign in New York City
Rackspace Survey: Businesses Willing to Pay More for Services from 'Green' Vendors
Bush Warms to Green Funding
IBM Dishes on Big Green Innovations
Intel's Catchy Green Slogan
Green Technology and IP Communications
Codian
Green Technology World Conference is Here!
Ultracapacitor
Digital Realty Trust Releases Green Study
Green Technology Conference Doing Well
Green Barbeque
Will Suing Polluters Help Us Breathe Easy?
Eco One
Verdiem Looks to Cut Deals With Utilities
Al Gore’s Green Tips
Sharp to Fund Green Course
Sun Committed to Green Technology
TANDBERG
Polycom
BMW Hydrogen 7
Retailers Push Green for "Back to School" Crowd
Green Technology Conference
50 Ways To Curb Your Carbon
Drink The Green Kool-Aid? Consumers Not Convinced
Morgan Stanely to Offer Carbon Offset Service
China’s Green Olympics
CO2Sink
Automotive X Prize
Burgers Far From Green
BMW Goes Green
UK Based ISP Easynet goes Carbon Neutral
The Real Carbon Footprint of a Web Page
Plant a Tree for Six Dollars
Green Technology World Conference Program
Green Credit Card
Green Investment Up 45% - Report
Sacramento Greens Up Light Rail
Mobile Phone Carbon Footprint
American Airlines Plans Green Marketing Push
Bahrain Pushes for Green Investment
The World's Top Sustainable Stocks
Electronics Recycling Day at Fresno Fairgrounds July 28
Vietnam Green Fund
Buy The Best or Greenest?
CommuniClique Giving Away Saturn Hybrid, Launches ‘Go Green’ Campaign
IBM and APC Go Green
Dennis Leary on Carbon Footprint
Green Menu
Yahoo Green Center
Fujitsu Siemens Primergy TX120
Save the Earth. Save a Buck. It's all good!
Big Green
Shared Computing for a Greener World
Green Technology Video
Greenocrite Hunt
Missing The Boat on Green?
Live Earth Recap
Live Earth Generates 10 Million Simultaneous Live Video Streams
Did Live Earth Mean Anything?
Live Earth Awareness
Chicago Goes Green
Live Earth More Good Than Harm
Germany Harnesses Wind
Live Earth More Harm Than Good?
Live Earth Update
Live Earth Set to Rock for Change
Are You a Greenocrite?
Corporate Carbon Footprints
Canalys Asks Who is Willing to Pay More for 'Green' Technology
Carbon Footprint Calculators
Big Green Day
GM Goes Green with ecoFlex
The Benefits of Green
Green Credit Card to Help Reduce Carbon
How Green Is Your Utility Company?
Green Theme at France Investment Confab
eBilling Incentive Program
Waste Management To Create Renewable Energy
Halestar Intros 'Green' Remote Access Solution
Save the Planet... Recycle That Fax Machine!
Survey: Green Is Good, But How Do I Get There?
Texas Instruments Developing Low-power, 'Green' Products
Green Technology in the UK
Big Blue Goes Green
Green Furniture
Google to be Carbon Neutral by Year's End
Go Green, Make Money
WSJ on Green Investment Opportunity and Risk
New Smog Standards
Red, White, And ... Green?
New Fuel Economy Standards
Airline Industry Needs to go Green
Don’t Bite that Apple
Save the Planet
UN: Renewable Energy Investment Hits $100 Billion
Canada Green Technology Incentives
Ontario Pledges $650 Million for Green Technology
Carbon Calculator
Green Investing
Green Hiring May Be Illegal
SoCal Entreprenuer Sets Sights On Consumer Market
Toyota Valvematic
Green Airplane Engines
GM Deploys Green Technology
Cold Ironing
New Zealand PM on Carbon
Carbon Footprint Secrecy
Carbon Neutral Campaign
Top 10 Green Ideas
Green WiFi
Verdiem Joins Climate Savers
Computers Need to go Green
GreenPrint To Pay the Fortune 500 To Go Green
Rackspace
Green Mountain Daily
Carbon Trust
Google, Intel Drive Green Technology Initiative
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Note: Only 1 comment per blog entry is listed even if mutliple comments are posted. The total number of comments per blog entry is listed in parentheses, i.e. (5)
Data Centers Find They Can't Afford to Not 'Go Green' (3)
Please Recycle wrote: I agree with the first comment. The greed from "big oil" is really going to drive the green revolution. With the high prices of oil, consumers will be left search for alternatives or more efficient s...[Full comments on Data Centers Find They Can't Afford to Not 'Go Green']

Save the Earth. Save a Buck. It's all good! (1)
Jim Clements wrote: shutting lights off in a few places for an hour was a start. Eat Lunch and Save the Earth. All government offices (maybe all Offices) should shut down for lunch from 12:00 to 1:00 daily. (this will...[Full comments on Save the Earth. Save a Buck. It's all good!]

Want More Energy For Computing? Burn Trash! (1)
NiraliSherni wrote: How great is this! Get rid of the trash and generate electricity all at the same time! My only concern would be how much smoke would be produced by burning trash; although you say minimal, I cant help...[Full comments on Want More Energy For Computing? Burn Trash!]

Carbon Neutral Campaign (1)
Brendan wrote: Now that Dodd is out of the race, there are other politicians going green. We signed up our first carbon neutral race last year in Florida, now we have Congressman calculating their carbon footprints ...[Full comments on Carbon Neutral Campaign]

Hybrid Batteries 'Benign' (2)
Zeego wrote: Fantastic article!...[Full comments on Hybrid Batteries 'Benign']

Become a Carbon Hero (3)
NiraliSherni wrote: Thanks for the free white paper.Carbon hero sounds like a good monitor to check your personal pollution quotient. This should bring about some awareness among people what impact they are personally ha...[Full comments on Become a Carbon Hero]

Green Technology the Answer to Pollution in Japan? (2)
NiraliSherni wrote: Countries use whatever technology is available to them to reduce pollution levels. In India for instanceCNG is a really popular concept and very well entrenched especially with public transport such a...[Full comments on Green Technology the Answer to Pollution in Japan?]

Google to be Carbon Neutral by Year's End (1)
E Adviento wrote: Google has been talking, for a while, about being carbon neutral. Their actions as a corporation set an strong example to the world. Collective drive to help climate change comes from 2 sources: corpo...[Full comments on Google to be Carbon Neutral by Year's End]

California Rakes in the Green Tech Dough (1)
Dave Green wrote: We have to give these investors credit and giving people a reason to make the world a 'greener' place Good stuff...[Full comments on California Rakes in the Green Tech Dough]

The Real Carbon Footprint of a Web Page (1)
Don Carli wrote: Great post.... Heightened awareness about climate change, rising energy costs and the increasing power requirements of IT are driving enterprises to pay closer attention to the energy usage and gre...[Full comments on The Real Carbon Footprint of a Web Page]

Bush Warms to Green Funding (1)
Does George Bush care about global warming? wrote: I read that George Bush is indifferent to global warming; he just doesn't care. And apparently Bush is focused more on Cheney's interests in the energy industry. Probably both Bush and Cheney will ign...[Full comments on Bush Warms to Green Funding]

Vietnam Green Fund (2)
Xi Wen wrote: Hello, Check the following website for more information about Vietnam recycling. It is designed to promote and sponsor recycling activities in Vietnam. <a href="http://www.recycling.vn" rel="nofollo...[Full comments on Vietnam Green Fund]

Green Technology Conference (1)
mohamed elmustafa eltayeb bashar wrote: its good idea to keep environment healthy ...[Full comments on Green Technology Conference]

Al Gore’s Green Tips (3)
Jeanne wrote: There is also a nifty solar attic fan being sold here in AZ. which can save on energy by cooling the attic of a home/office and subsequently lowering electric bills for running A/C. It was quickly ins...[Full comments on Al Gore’s Green Tips]

Verdiem Looks to Cut Deals With Utilities (1)
Luis wrote: Great post! If the economics don't work, recycling efforts won't either. As our little contribution to make this economics of recycling more appealing, <a href="http://LivePaths.com" rel="nofollo...[Full comments on Verdiem Looks to Cut Deals With Utilities]

BMW Hydrogen 7 (1)
bmw fuel pump wrote: Hydrogen is the perfect fuel... ...for people who can freely spend other people's money, or who have more money than sense. Those of us who don't have money to burn, or don't qualify for freebies, w...[Full comments on BMW Hydrogen 7]

Automotive X Prize (1)
zipblocks media wrote: Hmmmm... We've recently built a go kart using some green technologies. The technology is called Zipblocks...we named the go kart the ZipBlockser. I'm not sure how many miles to the gallon it gets.....[Full comments on Automotive X Prize]

Green Investment Up 45% - Report (1)
shawn kalin wrote: U.S. GREEN INVESTMENTS Reader post by: shawnkalin Posted on: August 24, 2007, 10:20 AM PDT Story: U.S. behind in green investment Companies such as EcoMergers <a href="http://ecomergers.com...[Full comments on Green Investment Up 45% - Report]

TANDBERG (1)
Brevis - Hubport wrote: this product is very cheap that customer can afford it. ...[Full comments on TANDBERG]

UK Based ISP Easynet goes Carbon Neutral (1)
red wrote: The more that is discussed and the greater the awareness the more likely we will all take the importance of environmental protection seriously....[Full comments on UK Based ISP Easynet goes Carbon Neutral]

Google, Intel Drive Green Technology Initiative (1)
Kat wrote: PC energy waste is a serious problem, especially considering how many PCs are in use today. I'm glad to see that Google, Intel, and the rest of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative are beginning to...[Full comments on Google, Intel Drive Green Technology Initiative]

Fujitsu Siemens Primergy TX120 (1)
Server Observer wrote: Fujitsu-Siemens products are only available in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. FSC has been in business since 2003. Not to be confused with Fujitsu US or Fujitsu Japan or Fujitsu Asia, all of wh...[Full comments on Fujitsu Siemens Primergy TX120]

Missing The Boat on Green? (2)
Samuel Mann wrote: I'm not sure if you are a NZ'er, but if you are I'm sure you'll know that Bob Jones is famous for his missing the boat, he's said similar things about technology, sports (except boxing of which he's a...[Full comments on Missing The Boat on Green?]

Live Earth More Good Than Harm (6)
Rich Tehrani wrote: To set the record straight. Us common people would love to own a private jet or two. ;) You are of course correct but in the end we all need to do our part to make sure we save the environment. ...[Full comments on Live Earth More Good Than Harm]

Carbon Footprint Calculators (2)
Matt wrote: This is a pretty nice list of carbon footprint calculators. Here's another one that is pretty useful: <a href="http://www.reduceimpact.com" rel="n...[Full comments on Carbon Footprint Calculators]

Live Earth More Harm Than Good? (1)
Rick G wrote: From The Guardian: "And an estimate calculated for the Guardian suggests that spectators travelling to the London and New Jersey concerts alone will generate approximately 5,600 tonnes of greenhouse ...[Full comments on Live Earth More Harm Than Good?]

Live Earth Update (1)
B wrote: isnt it a contradiction in terms to even be doing this imagine the pollution that's going to be caused by the extra resources used to print tickets, fly bands and equipment - not to mention the pet...[Full comments on Live Earth Update]

Live Earth Set to Rock for Change (4)
your wiki guide wrote: that is really cool! I think that would really be a successful concert. People would love to see Madonna, Duran Duran and Lenny Kravitz performing on stage.....[Full comments on Live Earth Set to Rock for Change]

Canalys Asks Who is Willing to Pay More for 'Green' Technology (1)
John Biggs wrote: I"m willing to pay alittle more for green technology.....because in general I think products or services that are "green" tend to be of a higher quality than "nongreen" products. There's more thought...[Full comments on Canalys Asks Who is Willing to Pay More for 'Green' Technology]

How Green Is Your Utility Company? (1)
Art wrote: Actually, the power profiler tool shows you the emissions profiler of electricity in your region (one of 26). To see how "green" your Utility Company is, you'll need to go to EPA's eGRID database, an...[Full comments on How Green Is Your Utility Company?]

Save the Planet... Recycle That Fax Machine! (1)
John wrote: Thanks for the information....[Full comments on Save the Planet... Recycle That Fax Machine!]

New Zealand PM on Carbon (2)
Rich Tehrani wrote: It seems I agree with Greenpeace. I suppose the PM will have to come out and clarify her position at some point and perhaps apologize to the many "idiots" as she called them....[Full comments on New Zealand PM on Carbon]