The Green Week in Review
is a podcast, hosted by SustainableBusiness.com News Editor Bart King.
It's posted every Friday morning and is 15-20 minutes long. You can
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In this week's show...
The U.S. House and Senate put climate change legislation at the top of their agendas this week.
U.N.-led negotiations resumed in Germany to create a successor treaty to the Kyoto Protocol.
The U.S. Transportation Department released mileage standards for 2011 model year vehicles.
A federal court blocked the U.S. Corps of Engineers from authorizing mountaintop removal coal mining projects with its streamlined process.
A new logo indicating the use of certified sustainable water sources may soon be available for a wide range of products.
A UK clothing company has begun carbon labeling on T-shirts and sweatshirts.
Plus, as always, a quick review of top cleantech stories from the week.
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