January Issue 2009

 

At a time when things could not look much worse economically, there is some good news to accompany


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January 2009
At a time when things could not look much worse economically, there is some good news to accompany the overwhelming bad. First, the bad news. READ MORE
January 2009
Here's a scenario you may find familiar: Oil and gas prices rise as concerns about supplies worsen. Electricity rates begin a climb that seems unlikely to reverse itself. READ MORE
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January 2009
Day-Brite Capri Omega (DCO) Lighting Institute will offer a seminar on office spaces at its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified facility (LEED-CI), READ MORE
January 2009
While it will take more than wind power to break the country’s addiction to foreign oil, the United States continues to add new wind power facilities at a record pace. READ MORE
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January 2009
In April 2008, when tornadoes were threatening Jackson, Mississippi, many residents were not alerted to the severe weather because five tornado-warning sirens didn’t work; the READ MORE

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