10/29/2010 – Green Jobs or Asthma?

San Diego CEOs Organize to Defeat Prop 23 Article in Triple Pundit By 3p Guest Author | October 29th, 2010 By Yeves Perez, CEO, EcoHub The fact is that California CEOs are creating jobs everyday and the public should expect nothing less from these business leaders in San Diego to vie for “the Cleantech Capital” […]

Will your vote get San Diego more job opportunities?

Green jobs and new environmentally friendly careers are getting more awareness, partly because of that American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—a $787 billion stimulus plan for developing alternative fuel sources and other eco-conscious initiatives. Many opinion makers and business leaders view the expansion of the green industry as one solution out of the recession. President Obama […]

Repost of GreenerDawns blog regarding Prop 23

California Proposition 23 and Implications for Cleantech October 11th, 2010 Proposition 23, which would Suspend AB 32, the Global Warming Act of 2006, is on the November 2, 2010 ballot in California. Assembly Bill 32 (AB 32) is known as the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006. The act, passed by the California State Legislature […]

10/9/2010 Union Trib. “State’s anti-global warming effort at crossroads”

State’s anti-global warming effort at crossroads. By Michael Gardner Originally published October 9, 2010 at 3:23 p.m., updated October 10, 2010 at 5:04 p.m. Gerardo Herrera, owner of Mercado International, has concerns about the future of energy costs and therefore wants California to keep moving towards renewable energy. Gerardo Herrera, owner of Mercado International, has […]

Del Mar City Council Opposes Prop’ 23

Many concerned citizens showed up at the Del Mar city council meeting yesterday, including Aaron Contorer, Lane Sharman, Jack Genauer and Peter Zahn, chairman of the board of the Green Chamber to speak against the oil companies’ initiative to delay AB 32. After hearing the speakers and considering the environmental and business issues, the council decided to oppose prop 23 and support AB 32

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