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 Obama Administration released an interagency plan to regulate continued mountaintop removal mining in Appalachia.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee approved a bill that would create a 15% renewable energy standard (RES).
The Department of Energy restarted the FutureGen program
for the development of a commercial-scale carbon sequestration project.
Bart's editorial concerning carbon capture and sequestration.
Australian researchers found that temperate forests in Victoria are the most carbon-dense on the planet. Purdue University researchers found that a new hybrid American chestnutt tree grows faster and stores more carbon than other hardwoods.
Plus, as always, a quick review of top cleantech stories from the week.
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