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Green Expectations, Green Collar Association’s May Newsletter

06-10-2010 12:32 PM CET | Energy & Environment

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Green Expectations, Green Collar Association’s May

Every month Green Collar Association brings its members insight into the growth of green collar jobs from North America’s leading experts in business, journalism, education, technology, non-profit, and politics.

The May issue of Green Expectations contains articles by Green Collar Association staff writers:

Joseph Tohill- The Successes of Copenhagen discusses about the lack of action at the Copenhagen Summit, but despite that, there are some reasons to be optimistic.
Joseph Tohill- Niche-Market Opportunities in Carbon focus on how businesses can reduce carbon concentrations in the atmosphere.
Alanna Mackenzie- Pricing Pollution speaks about the types of carbon market systems and how carbon trading works.
Janaina Lins - Shale Discoveries Brings Natural Gas Energy discusses the potential of shale gas and its low- cost technology to become an important resource of the decade.

This month’s issue also contains important news from selected Green Collar Association members: NYIT, UC Irvine Extension, UBC Summer Institute in Sustainability and Solar Energy International.

To read this month’s Green Collar Association newsletter visit: http://www.greencollar.org/gc.org_may2010

Green Collar Association

Green Collar's mission is to advance the sustainable economy and promote green collar jobs by aligning the interests of companies, educational institutions, and members of the workforce - including professionals and skilled workers.

We believe that an issue of such critical importance to our economic growth, national security, and environmental health will require a collaborative approach that engages the best and brightest ideas, people, and resources from each sector.

Thus, Green Collar Association is focused on:

Building Bridges: Helping companies, educational institutions and groups representing the workforce better understand each other's needs and challenges to reduce costly missteps and errors

Cross Pollination: Establishing a clearinghouse for exchanging best practices, tools, and ideas within and among all three groups

Creating a Fair Playing Ground: Providing public policy support and guidance on the Federal levels on issues affecting the sustainable economy and particularly stimulating green collar jobs that will allow our members to compete with those in other countries

Developing Next Generation Leadership: Offering the most comprehensive listing of educational and job opportunities in the sustainable economy

Stimulating Profitability: Helping companies and educational institutions to benefit financially from a green, sustainable economy through access to new customers and new ideas

Green Collar USA
PO Box 2093
Washington, DC, 20013

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