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Green D.C. is a local section covering Washington's green efforts with daily observations from around the city.

Owner: jmarks09

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  • Report: No Health Threat From Smart Meters
    on Jan 12, 2011
    As a follow up to my investigative piece on the safety of Smart Meters, a new report released today confirms my findings that Smart Meters pose no health risks to the public. In the report, the California Council on Science and Technology states that...
  • Green Business Spotlight: Johnson Chimney Service and Home Vent Experts
    on Jan 10, 2011
    Chimney sweeping isn't just for movies like 'Mary Poppins,' above. It is a great way to save energy and provide better indoor air quality.by Walter KerrMy name is Walter Kerr, and I am the Owner and President of Johnson Chimney Service (johnsonchimne...
  • Tesla Electrifies D.C.
    on Jan 10, 2011
    Looking out the window of my parents' 10th floor condo in downtown D.C. on a recent morning I was pleasantly surprised to see the Tesla Motors sign across the street. The iconic California-based luxury electric car maker is setting up shop in our Nat...
  • Metro Getting Better Looking and More Bike Friendly
    on Jan 9, 2011
    Metro is experimenting with different interior color and fabric schemes for its new 7000 series trains that will be rolling out soon. I was lucky enough to board a preview train with new blue seats and carpet-less floors. My first impression? I reall...
  • Pictures: NYC Blizzard of 2010
    on Jan 7, 2011
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  • Progress at Ground Zero
    on Jan 7, 2011
    On each visit to New York City I always make a pilgrimage to the sacred ground of The World Trade Center site where terrorists changed the world on that fateful September morning a little over nine years ago. And each time I visit I come away disappo...
  • Scientists: Smart Meters Are Safe
    on Dec 23, 2010
    Image credit: Fort Frances Times OnlineSmart Meters are crucial to fighting climate change because they are the first step in implementing the Smart Grid, which promises to make it easier for households to become more energy efficient and also integr...
  • Government Gets Cool
    on Dec 20, 2010
    Can the Federal Government be cool? While the image of a nebbish bureaucrat slaving away in a soulless, fluorescent-lit warehouse will probably never go away, the Department of Energy has done a whole lot to change its image and help the environment...
  • DDOT's Gabe Klein Exits
    on Dec 8, 2010
    Image Credit: Mark Gail/The Washington PostNBC Washington is reporting that D.C. Transportation Director Gabe Klein has told his staff this morning that he will be departing when new Mayor Vincent Gray takes office this January.I can't begin to descr...
  • Ralliers to Obama: Keep Your Climate Pledge
    on Dec 2, 2010
    Yesterday at noon a diverse coalition of climate hawks held a rally at Lafayette Park across from the White House to demand that President Obama keep his pledge to help the poorest nations deal with climate change.The event, which was sponsored by 1S...
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