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Steel Fights Back Against Alternative Auto Materials
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10/24/2011  16 comments
The steel industry argues that it is a strong anti-emissions material if you take into account the full lifecycle of a vehicle.
Congo Mining Abuses Prompting SEC Regulations
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10/17/2011  6 comments
On October 18, the SEC will meet to develop reporting rules for conflict materials.
Ford Revs EcoBoost Engine
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10/10/2011  8 comments
Ford has designed a small engine designed to lower emissions while boosting miles per gallon.
Electronics Group Resisting Calif. Energy Regulations
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9/19/2011  22 comments
The CEA pounds California policymakers for proposing new regulations while the electronics industry is reporting gains in energy efficiency.
E-Waste Research Bill Proposed
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7/20/2011  6 comments
Congressman John Sarbanes has introduced a House bill that would seek innovative ways to recycle e-waste.
India Passes WEEE & RoHS Regulations
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7/5/2011  10 comments
India has passed e-waste and hazardous materials regulations that are similar to the European Union's WEEE and RoHS.
Gasoline's Dismal Future
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Earth Hour Counts Down
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Oil, Yamani and The Stone Age
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T. Boone Blather
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Recession's Impact on Green
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Paccar goes Green at Gonzaga
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Solar's Dark Side
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