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  • How to make your wedding eco-friendly

    How to make your wedding eco-friendly
    What is the newest and fastest growing trend in the multi-billion dollar per year wedding industry? Why going "green" of course. What does going "green" mean. It means that you can have organic or locally grown food, you can be whisked away in a hybrid limo, have your invitations printed on recycled paper or use potted plants instead of cut flowers. "People are making purchasing decisions based on environmental concerns," says Gerald Prolman, the founder of OrganicBouquet.com, an online organic florist. All over the country, caterers now offer pesticide-free menus and all-natural vintages. More than ever, fine china and linen napkins are returning and the idea of throwaways is, well, being thrown out.
  • Volt owners could one day tap more renewable charging

    Volt owners could one day tap more renewable charging
    OnStar and PJM Interconnection, an electric transmission company, are teaming up to help make clean, renewable electrical charging easier for Chevrolet Volt owners. Together, the firms have developed software that manages the use of renewable energy...

    India's WPI inflation eases in August to lowest in nearly five years

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's wholesale price inflation eased to its lowest level in nearly five years in August, but the central bank is likely to keep interest rates on hold later this month to prevent a revival in price pressures once the economy gains...

    Will California PUC President Michael Peevey get a record third term?

    Will California PUC President Michael Peevey get a record third term?
    Legislators, lobbyists and Capitol staffers who deal with energy policy are buzzing about whether Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey will get a record third term. Peevey, 76, is a former president of Southern California Edison Co. He...

    Jon Ippel: Making Orlando green is economic opportunity

    Jon Ippel: Making Orlando green is economic opportunity
    Jon Ippel, 35, is Orlando's sustainability director and heads up Mayor Buddy Dyer's plan to remake the city as "the most sustainable community in the southeastern United States." The plan is at greenworksorlando.com. Ippel recently helped conduct the...