From television to telephony, companies are working towards a greener future.
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Announcing HELIOS: The World’s First Solar Hybrid Production Trailer, the Prius of production trailers. KING KONG Production Vehicles’ CEO, David Rovsek, introduces HELIOS, the first totally Eco trailer built for the Entertainment Industry.
HELIOS, the revolutionary Eco trailer, has been designed and built with one mission, to build the most advanced Eco trailer with the least impact on the environment. Every component of the Eco trailer has been chosen carefully and is not only green, but also absolutely gorgeous.
While some are busy reporting that BP money is helping restore the Gulf of Mexico that was so recently devastated by BP oil, still other agencies are reporting that BP is in fact sending money to support U.S. politicians who are against environmental protection bills, politicians who continue to deny that global warming even exists. BP is not the only foreign company currently providing financial support to U.S. politicians, but perhaps the only one whose company had such a huge and harmful direct impact on the U.S. environment this year.
According to one report: “The European companies are funding almost exclusively Senate candidates who have been outspoken in their opposition to comprehensive climate policy in the US and candidates who actively deny the scientific consensus that climate change is happening and is caused by people.” President Obama himself has alluded to this big oil strategy in a recent speech quoted by the Guardian, stating: “Oil companies and the other special interests are spending millions on a campaign to gut clean-air standards and clean-energy standards.”
Beginning Tuesday, August 24th, the city of Birmingham, Alabama will host the 2010 Green Building Focus conference and expo. This 3-day event, which will be held at the Jefferson Convention Complex, is designed to showcase the latest in sustainable building development. Focused on exploring the popular and growing demand for green building, this year’s conference aims to inform and educate the southeast region’s leading architects, engineers, property owners, and construction professionals, as well as students, faculty, and those interested in learning more about the recent trends, technologies and materials available in the green building movement.