Archive | August, 2012

Dash for Gas: Part II?

An impending overhaul of the UK power sector, necessary as old nuclear infrastructure is retired, could be the cause of great disruption or great opportunity. As it stands, there is uncertainty as to what will replace current operations when many of the remaining plants are closed, and a gap in energy provision may occur without […]

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Ekocycle: will.i.am and Coke inspire sustainable behaviors

Coca-Cola is collaborating with musician and producer will.i.am along with other iconic brands to inspire a global movement with the launch of Ekocycle, a brand initiative dedicated to help encourage recycling behavior and sustainability among consumers through aspirational, yet attainable lifestyle products made in part from recycled material. The Ekocycle brand initiative was developed to […]

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MyCar All-Electric Vehicle From GreenTech Automotive

GreenTech Automotive (which has no connection to Green Tech Gazette, I swear) has unveiled its all electric MyCar, a two-seater with a range of up to 115 miles before needing a recharge. MyCar will bring 426 high paying jobs to its manufacturing plant in Mississippi. According to the press release, “GreenTech Automotive (GTA), a U.S.-based […]

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How social media is humanizing corporations

Command and control. It is one of the lasting corporate legacies of the industrial age. But its grip is weakening. For 100 years, most American companies have approached corporate culture with a cold, mechanized hand. Just look at the Dilbert cartoons tacked to faceless cubicles, and you’ll see the Post-it cries for help from the […]

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