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    Revenge of the Angry Mermaid

    Copenhagen is a water town, and the iconic symbol of Denmark’s capital city is the Little Mermaid silently standing watch over the harbor. Next month the Little Mermaid welcomes the global community coming to negotiate at least the foundation of an international treaty at the COP15 climate conference to carry beyond the Kyoto Protocol expiring […] More

  • A landfill gas-to-energy project funded in part from proceeds of the Enterprise carbon offset program

    Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Voluntary Carbon Offset Program Most Popular With Customers

    Sustainablog editor Jeff McIntire Strasburg did a great series last year on Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s “move to a greener business model” and I’ve followed up recently with posts on their addition of “hybrid branches” and the expansion of the Enterprise Ridesahare program in Atlanta. Not to inundate our readers with news from one organization, but if […] More

  • The Ten Coolest (and greenest) Colleges in America

    This is a guest post by freelance environmental writer Tom Schueneman, publisher of Sierra Magazine has recently announced its list of the ten “coolest schools in America” for 2008. For our purposes here “cool” doesn’t refer to the level of party, but to the school’s efforts to address climate change and sustainability. Until recently, […] More