You are here: Home Media Green Business Blog Carnival #10 at Cleantechies Green Business Blog Carnival #10 at Cleantechies by Jeff McIntire-Strasburg August 17, 2010, 12:36 pm Yep, moving a little slowly… I blame it on last week’s heat wave (which has finally ended). Fortunately, our friends at Cleantechies were right on the mark (and, in fairness, they had cool, pleasant weather), and got Friday’s Green Business Blog Carnival published right on schedule. Edition #10 was a little light (I’m blaming that on the heat, too), but still had some great news and insight from the green business blogosphere. Among some of the cooler finds: Ford’s solar additions to its Wayne, Michigan assembly plant, and the growth of social entrepreneurship in Asia. My favorite concerns a topic I’ve touched on before: the sustainability of e-readers. Raz Godelnik of Eco-Libris (who writes about this topic very frequently) discusses the lifecycle of ereaders very thoroughly in a post at the Independent Book Publishers Association. We’re only a few days away from the Carnival’s next stop… back at Green Marketing TV. There’s still time to submit a good green business post, though… just use the form at Triplepundit. And, as always, we need hosts… so check the Carnival schedule, pick a date, and let me know… Like books? So do we… and we’ve got a number of favorites listed in the Green Choices product comparison engine. Find great titles dealing with green business, home energy efficiency, gardening, science, and more… See more Previous article Stupid Policy that Endangers Species: Army Corps of Engineers Scorched Earth Levee Vegetation Removal Next article Looking to Imports to Avoid Oil-Tainted Gulf Shrimp? Look Carefully. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Upload a photo / attachment to this comment (PNG, JPG, GIF - 6 MB Max File Size): (Allowed file types: jpg, gif, png, maximum file size: 6MB.