Green
19
March
2013

It seems that every day in our commute to work, spotting a hybrid vehicle is not uncommon. Sometimes we may even catch a glimpse of an electric car. But how green are American drivers compared to other nations? Continue reading for an answer and some explanations for your consideration.

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22
December
2012

If going green is one of your New Year’s resolutions this year, work one of these eco-friendly practices into your budget and lifestyle: Dubbed the “world’s first affordable, zero-emission car” by Nissan itself, the LEAF is an all-electric car that seats five adults and can travel about 80 miles on a single charge. It and other electric vehicles (EVs) are a popular choice for those wanting to eliminate tailpipe emissions and spend their car-powering money at the local utility company instead of overseas oil companies.

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07
September
2009

The SAM Group today published its latest evaluation for the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes […]

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25
March
2009

With the dire state of the economy, as well global warming concerns, consumers are […]

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18
December
2008

Green technology, especially when talking about cars, has been growing and expanding by leaps […]

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17
June
2008

Lotus Engineering, the world renowned automotive consultancy division of Lotus has won two contracts […]

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04
April
2007

TORRANCE, Calif, U.S.A., April 3, 2007– Honda, the most fuel efficient car company in […]

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