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Tupper developer seeks talks with green groups

A Philadelphia-based developer has proposed negotiating directly with at least one pro-environment group in an effort to win approval for a second-home and ski resort in Tupper Lake. As Brian Mann reports, Michael Foxman has also suggested that he may make major concessions on his plan to build Great Camp-style estates.  Go to full article

Auto assembly plant goes green

A new assembly plant from one of Detroit's Big Three car companies is getting attention for its "green" qualities. Big Three automakers may not rank at the top of most environmentalists' list for companies of the year. But some say the new auto plant is a sign that environmentally-sensitive manufacturing has finally gone main-stream. It's not just because building green plants is the right thing to do. Really, it comes down to a different kind of green. The Environment Report's Dustin Dwyer has the story.  Go to full article

Green Conscience vs. Green Consumerism

Most of us are conflicted when it comes to the environment. Polls show the majority of us consider ourselves to be environmentally-friendly. But, our day-to-day decisions often don't measure up to an earth-friendly lifestyle. Part of the reason is that there's lots of confusion about what's best for the environment. Another reason is that being earth-friendly is pretty darned inconvenient. In the first report of an ongoing series we're calling "Your Choice; Your Planet," the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham explores the dilemmas we face when we attempt to do right by the environment.  Go to full article

Green Buildings Mean Retail Greenbacks

Green building experts have known how to make buildings more energy efficient for a long time, but the building industry is slow to change - especially in retail. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Kelly reports on one company that's challenging the status quo:.  Go to full article

Green Group Reacts to Farm Bill

A group that's frequently critical of the nation's agricultural policies is speaking out against the recently signed 180 billion dollar farm bill. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Chris Lehman reports.
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