By Timothy Hurst on March 19, 2012
A new GE web app is an archive of every annual report GE has published since 1892, presented in a format that is informative, intuitive, and—quite surprisingly—incredibly fun to explore.
By Timothy Hurst on December 21, 2011
Every year Google publishes Zeitgeist, a collection of the year’s most popular search trends at the world’s most popular search engine. And the 2011 Zeitgeist includes several “green” search categories.
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By Timothy Hurst on October 6, 2011
Despite the fact the unprecedented Danish CSR law is nearly three years old, it remains relatively unknown outside of the tight-knit CSR community.
By Timothy Hurst on September 23, 2011
As part of its sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, Dow Corning, along with the Solar Energy Industry Association and the Solar Foundation will host a virtual conversation about solar energy and sustainable buildings on Friday, September 23.
By Timothy Hurst on March 16, 2011
In addition to not being forthcoming at the outset of the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan, the Tokyo Electric Power Company has continued to fumble their crisis and PR communications by not supplying accurate information throughout the ordeal.