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World Famous Scientist to Head ZAP Advisory Board
Electric vehicle developer ZAP (OTC Bulletin Board: ZAPZ) announced today that Professor C.C. Chan of the University of Hong Kong has agreed to head its Advisory Board.
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The Heinz Center announced that David J. Refkin, President of TI Paperco, the paper-purchasing subsidiary of Time Inc., has been elected to the Center's Board of Trustees.
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Socially Responsible Business Is No Longer One-Size-Fits-All
From new forms of rigorous and honest environmental auditing, to ownership structures designed to support social mission, socially responsible business has evolved into a hopeful array of dynamic and diverse forms, each with a different way of addressing social needs. That's the lesson of this year's Business Ethics Awards, given by the Minneapolis-based publication Business Ethics for the 15th year in a row. Award winners for 2003 are a balance of large and small, public and private firms.
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Hold the Tuna Charlie: Pres. Bush's Mercury Moves Gift Industry
While last week warning women and children to limit eating canned tuna because of mercury, a Bush EPA proposal to allow power plants to emit higher mercury levels for far longer than previous plans looks like payback for campaign contributions, say advocates.
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Rabago and Yeoman Join HARC Research Team
The Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) has announced two senior appointments who will strengthen the center's capabilities in clean and renewable energy and high performance green buildings.
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Sonic signs agreement with Natural Resources Canada
Adam Sumel, President and CEO of Sonic Environmental Solutions Inc. (SNV.TSX Venture) announced that it has entered into a Cost-Sharing and Collaboration Agreement with CANMET Energy Technology Centre, a division of Natural Resources Canada. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) plays a pivotal role in helping shape the important contributions of the natural resources sector to the Canadian economy, society and environment.
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In a display of absurd and self serving public relations, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) decided to present Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. an award last week for "Environmental Innovation."
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Carmeuse North America to Implement ESP Software for Environmental Compliance Management
ESP (Environmental Software Providers) has announced that Carmeuse North America will implement its opsEnvironmental software throughout all 17 of its facilities in the United States and Canada. opsEnvironmental is a multi-media environmental data management solution that helps companies manage regulatory compliance and streamline environmental programs. Carmeuse, the largest producer of lime and limestone products in North America, will use opsEnvironmental not only to address MACT and Title V requirements, but also for streamlining multi-media environmental compliance.
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Mach One Corporation Enters Into New Business Venture With Hydrogen/Solar Technology Company
Mr. Weymann Cheng, President, reports that Mach One Corporation ("Mach One") has entered into a Letter of Intent with SHEC Labs - Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation ("SHEC") pursuant to which Mach One will commit to assist SHEC in securing up to $10 million in development capital. SHEC's primary focus is to develop cost effective, clean and renewable processes to produce hydrogen from water using sunlight. As stated on SHEC's web-site, it is SHEC's belief that clean renewable Hydrogen is the worlds best choice for a sustainable energy future and to improve the quality of the air we breath.
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ZAP(R) WORLDCAR(TM) to Air on Discovery Channel
Discovery Channel Canada's program Daily Planet is scheduled to air a segment featuring a new electric car from ZAP (OTC Bulletin Board: ZAPZ - News) on Tuesday, December 9, 2003.
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