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What to say. How to say it.

Traditional channels to prospects have disintegrated, and new digital channels are blossoming almost overnight. The questions of what to say and how to say it have become more perplexing than ever. For most small businesses, the path forward is anything but clear. The Ideahaus Community helps hundreds of businesses by providing access and insights with articles, […]

LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD: ETHANOL SUBSIDIES & CONGRESS – POLICY UPDATE

U.S. Green Chamber Of Commerce 25 July 2011 LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD: ETHANOL SUBSIDIES & CONGRESS Getting renewables on a level playing field with fossil fuels should be a top priority for Congress. Last month, we covered the need to end oil subsidies. This month, we discuss what is happening with ethanol subsidies. Scientists agree […]

Future of water on public display at San Diego’s Water Purification Demonstration Project

The City of San Diego opens the doors this summer to a facility that is testing whether it could provide a new local source of water for San Diego. Located in northern San Diego, the Advanced Water Purification Facility is a small-scale, state-of-the-art water purification facility that purifies one million gallons of recycled water every […]

U.S. Green Chamber Member Spotlight: 877MyJuicer.com

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  877MyJuicer.com was founded in 2004 by Andrew Casey, the current owner and CEO, with the goal of providing affordable appliances that help sustain healthy lifestyles. “877MyJuicer.com was founded on the basic principle of feeling better,” said Casey. “In 2003, I searched Google for ‘feel better’ to [find] anything that might lift my general spirit […]

Sizing the Clean Economy: A National and Regional Green Jobs Assessment

The clean economy has remained elusive in part because, in the absence of standard definitions and data, strikingly little is known about its nature, size, and growth at the critical regional level. Seeking to help address these problems, the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings worked with Battelle’s Technology Partnership Practice to develop, analyze, and comment on […]