July Issue 2007

 

"Sustainable development involves … meeting the needs of the present without compromising the...


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| July 2007
According to the Washington Post, Jack Fitzgerald, a 71-year-old car dealer in Rockville, Md., announced he would be taking steps to turn all of his auto dealerships “green.”

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| July 2007
A Study of the Potential for geothermal energy within the United States, led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has found mining the heat in the Earth’s hard

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| July 2007
The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) announced the availability of EE202: Lighting & LEED-NC v.2.2, a new course added to its Education Express program.

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| July 2007
In Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, Lutron will host the Developing the Market for Commercial Lighting Control training class, a three-day event, with three different start dates: J

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| July 2007
Particles of light serving as “quantum keys”—the latest in encryption technology—have been sent over a record-setting 200-kilometer fiber optic link by researchers from the Na

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