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Advancing Green Schools and Clean Technologies in California: An Interview with Green Technology’s Carl Smith

Carl Smith working to advance sustainability education in California

Carl Smith is focused on the development of editorial and educational content relating to public sector sustainability goals in California. He is also focused on the strategies, best practices and technologies that contribute to the attainment of these goals. For the past decade, Carl has been the Editor in Chief of Green Technology, a non-profit initiative designed to inform government sustainability efforts. Green Technology …

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California, Mexico Sign Climate Change-Green Trade Pact

The leaders of California and Mexico agree to cooperate in combating climate change and wildfires

Signed by CA Gov. Brown and officials from Mexico's environment and natural resources ministry and national forest commission, the MoU aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, combat climate change and forest fires, and spur bilateral clean energy and clean tech trade and investment.

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Renewable Energy Key Vehicle on Rio+20 Sustainable Development Roadmap

The drive to forge equitable, sustainable "green" economies and develop and deploy renewable energy and clean technologies are front-and-center in the media in the run-up to the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development which is to take place in the iconic Brazilian city June 20-22. Three bits of essential reading, and reference, relating to global renewable energy growth and its role in sustainable development programs were released yesterday: the UN Environment Programme's (UNEP) "Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2012," the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century's (REN21) 2012 "Renewables Global Status Report," and the Natural Resources Defense Council's "Renewable Energy Scorecard."

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