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GreenCircle Sustainability Award Winners 2016

GreenCircle Sustainability Award Winners were honored by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Hartford Business Journal on May 23, 2016.

10 laws of positive business-building

The latest in business books.

Net-zero home market growth promising, but still a niche

Patricia Daddona Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Homes that generate all of their own power through energy efficiencies and renewables represent an attractive market for specialized builders, but broad demand for them so far remains elusive in...

Quinn-Carey aims to bolster the community's 'campus'

John Stearns |

Don't be surprised to spot Hartford Public Library's new CEO, Bridget Quinn-Carey, checking out books, iPads or DVDs to library visitors one of these days.

How CT aims to innovate its way into the 'New Economy'

Gregory Seay |

State Sen. John Fonfara has crafted a novel economic-development blueprint that aims to reshape and elevate the state's fledgling innovation ecosystem.

UTRC conformable fuel tank could boost natural gas vehicles

John Stearns |

The research arm of United Technologies Corp. has developed a fuel tank made of a special composite material that could help get more natural gas vehicles on the road and reduce greenhouse gas...

Acadia: CT backslides on emissions

For the first time in nearly a decade, Connecticut's greenhouse gas emissions rose over a two year period, between 2012 and 2014, according to an analysis released this week by the Acadia Center.

Conn. College arboretum gets recognition

Connecticut College’s arboretum has been ranked seventh in the country by the website College Rank.

Unhealthy air predicted through Saturday

The state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is forecasting unhealthy air quality for “sensitive groups” from today through Saturday, May 28, due to predicted elevated...

Government reforms can’t stop now

Scott Bates | Connecticut Institute for 21st Century |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and legislators deserve credit for addressing the state's budget deficit during this year's legislative session. As important as the work that was accomplished, is the way in...

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