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Want an Eco-Friendly Car? Buy a BMW!

  • 8 septembre 2009

If your carbon footprint is an important consideration to you when you're car shopping, you may picture yourself in a Toyota Prius. Or perhaps, if you pay close attention to the auto industry, you've got your eye on a Chevy…

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Green chemicals of the month

  • 3 février 2009

2009 started with a lot of new green chemical offerings ranging from the cleaning industry, to automobile and construction. Here are some of the selected ones mostly in the plastic arena. Hint: If you want your newly launched green chemicals/technology…

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Nissan announces its love for green paint … sort of

  • 19 septembre 2008

All right, so Nissan isn't planning on painting more of its cars in a green hue, but they are reducing the overall environmental impact of their painting process. The new technology will cut down paint waste, use less space, reduce…

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Nissan and Habitat for Humanity Build Houses With Energy-Saving Features

  • 5 juin 2008

Habitat for HumanityInternational and Nissan North America Inc. (NNA) announced today the renewalof an annual $1 million partnership. Through the partnership, Nissan will fundthe construction of affordable houses that conserve energy and water, supportongoing Habitat for Humanity homebuilding projects and…

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Toyota not so green

  • 24 avril 2008

Most of us now understand that pollution from cars causes global warming. So, we also know that driving cleaner cars — like Toyota’s low-emission, 48 miles-per-gallon (mpg) Prius hybrid — means less global warming pollution. Unfortunately, the overall truth about…

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