Heather Clancy

Heather Clancy is an award-winning business journalist specializing in transformative technology and innovation

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Is that compostable or recyclable?

At AlwaysOn Going Green conference in Davis tonight, that was the clarion call from environmental architect, William McDonough. He and a chemist wrote the book Cradle to Cradle.

September 10, 2007 by Harry Fuller

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Money can be as refreshing as a breeze

That's the hope of Europe's biggest wind power company. Iberdrola is going to sell off a fraction of its wind generation business, and hopes to raise as much as four billion Euros.

September 9, 2007 by Harry Fuller

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Time: early electric car one of 50 worst of all "time"

"Time" has chosen the General Motors EV-1 as one of the fifty worst cars of all-time. "Time," that bastion of creative journalism and rampant tree-hugging, finds the 1997 electric car from Detroit was too expensive to build and not ready for the mass market.

September 9, 2007 by Harry Fuller

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They slash, we all could burn

Brazilian slash and burn farmers could be threatening the rest of the planet. That's the kernel of a report today from McLatchy newspapers.

September 8, 2007 by Harry Fuller

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Green tech ideals slowly penetrating consumer consciousness

Once upon a time, in the pre-bubble days before the time of the great Y2K switchover and the dot-com implosion, giant high-tech companies scrambled to portray themselves as the biggest, best-est e-something-or-others. In these modern times, they can't paint themselves green fast enough with oodles of paper green being spent on branding.

September 6, 2007 by

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