VerdeXchange News

John DeCicco, senior fellow for automotive strategies at the Environmental Defense Fund, and author of the Green Book--a rating system for the environmental impact of cars--talks about the regulatory reforms necessary for the car industry.
Jun 6, 2009   VerdeXchange News
<p>The Southern California region is rich in renewable assets, so the LADWP is attempting to become the nationwide leader in developing and integrating wind power.</p>
Mar 10, 2008   VerdeXchange News
<p>At a recent conference in Southern California, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster argues for the federal government to stay out of the way of good work and to sponsor an "Apollo Project" for renewable energy.</p>
Mar 4, 2008   VerdeXchange News
<p>John White, executive director of the Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technology (CEERT) describes the obstacles that must be overcome for states and municipalities to reach their renewable energy targets.</p>
Mar 3, 2008   VerdeXchange News
<p>Sustainability is catching on in more cities than New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Ventura City Manager Rick Cole explains how his city's land use practice can impact California's climate change efforts.</p>
Feb 3, 2008   VerdeXchange News
<p>Waterfree urinals are a sterling example of the benefits offered by new technology. Forged from a partnership between manufacturers and labor groups, waterfree urinals save 6 billion gallons of water a year from the Rose Bowl to the Taj Mahal.</p>
Feb 1, 2008   VerdeXchange News
<p>As one of the most notorious polluters of greenhouse gas emissions, airplanes and airports are increasingly being called on to green their operations. This interview from <em>VerdeXchange News</em> looks at some efforts being made in Los Angeles.</p>
Dec 4, 2007   VerdeXchange News
<p>Advances in reverse osmosis membrane technology are convincing more and more cities to invest in cleaning their own used water instead of piping it in from far-off reservoirs.</p>
Nov 8, 2007   VerdeXchange News
<p>New publication VerdeXchange offers an interview with Google's Director of Corporate Environmental Programs about the company's efforts to transform its campus into a greener workplace and the future model of corporate environmentalism.</p>
May 22, 2007   VerdeXchange News