Fast Company

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U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Wants to Be a Networking Platform for Sustainable Businesses BY ARIEL SCHWARTZFri Feb 18, 2011 The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has revealed itself in recent years to be an opponent of climate change legislation. Enter the nonprofit U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce, a nationwide expansion of the Green Chamber of […]

Time Magazine

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A Green Chamber of Commerce Offers a New Voice for Business The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has—how to put this—not been a friend of environmental legislation or regulation. The Chamber—which represents more than 3 million U.S. businesses—spent millions to lead the successful fight against carbon cap-and-trade legislation, along with health care reform and most of […]

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By Matthew Wheeland at Greener World Media Thursday Feb 24, 2011 1:00am EST Eighteen months ago, in the fevered run-up to the Copenhagen climate summit, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s lobbying priorities caused an uproar in the business and environmental communities. The group’s stance on climate legislation led a number of companies to abandon the chamber. […]

CleanTechnica.com

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New U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Gives the Old One a Run for the Money February 23, 2011 in Business, Green Jobs, Policy When a major U.S. company figures out a way to make cash out of sewage, you know that green businesses have come into their own. The problem is, until now green entrepreneurs […]