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BlogNews (July 19, 2010)   Based on member demand, this spring we launched a pilot mentoring program. Due to its success, a second program will launch in January. What did we learn? From Cara Saunders: “This was an excellent way to connect with an experienced business…

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BlogNews (July 16, 2010) Congress completed its vote on final passage of the historic financial reform package that has been debated for more than a year. On July 15, 2010, the Senate voted 60 – 39 to reign in a number of the abusive financial practices conducted by both…

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BlogNews (July 6, 2010) SAN JOSE, CA — Is the BP crisis escalating the comeback of the electric car? While the promise of petro-free driving is piquing consumer interest, forward-thinking manufacturers have been gearing up for electrification for over a decade. The…

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BlogNews (July 1, 2010)   Burlington, North Carolina is about to get a new cooperatively owned grocery store thanks to the organizing efforts of community members, including Eric Henry of  T.S. Designs and Green America board member. The project received a $300,000…

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BlogNews (July 1, 2010)   Thousands of members nominated their favorite charities and green endeavors in Green America's first-ever Green Grants contest! Now is the time to vote for your favorite! All finalists combine both halves of the green-economy equation – social…

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BlogNews (June 7, 2010) Thanks to an outpouring of support from the public, small business leaders, consumer advocates, unions, and others, the House of Representatives voted in favor of final passage of financial reform legislation by a vote of 237 – 192 on June 30. Now…

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BlogNews (March 17, 2010) Since 1982, Green America has led people-powered economic strategies to address the most pressing social and environmental issues of our times. Here are just a few of the highlights of what Green America has accomplished in 2009: Together we took…

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BlogNews (March 10, 2010) Originally published by Transition Culture March 10, 2010Source article   I was disappointed to read Mark Lynas’s piece in New Statesman, “Why We Greens Keep Getting It Wrong”.  The piece builds on Lynas’s previous much publicised conversion to…

BlogNews (August 17, 1954) Green America Members demand the EPA to not delay enforcement of already approved ozone and methane pollution standards that protect people and the planet.
advocacy, climate change, EPA