By Zachary Shahan on August 31, 2011
I wrote back in January about how more private sector jobs had been created in 2010 than in Bush’s entire 8 years in office. I think this was a significant accomplishment. But there were and are a number of things hindering continued growth…
By Zachary Shahan on March 1, 2011
For anyone who wants to considerably reduce worldwide poverty, a new report by the United Nations Environment Program says that moving towards a green economy is the way to do so.
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By Timothy Hurst on April 27, 2009
In the last few weeks there has been a spate of new jobs created in Michigan thanks to an unlikely industrial sector in the upper Midwest — the wind energy industry. [I first published this at CleanTechnica on April 10, 2009] Wind turbine manufacturer Global Wind Systems announced that it will be hiring 250 new [...]