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Billion dollar green : profit from the eco revolution

Author: Tobin Smith; Jim Woods
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, ©2009.
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Most Americans have no clue how quickly our internal supplies are crumbling. Tobin Smith will give you the facts and forecasts on growth in the "green investing front" and let you see for yourself just how large this opportunity is - right now and for years to come. This is the fastest growing sector - 13-fold over the next decade! Clean UP will show you how to make a small fortune now from "bridge green  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Smith, Tobin, 1957-
Billion dollar green.
Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, ©2009
(DLC) 2008036134
(OCoLC)244177255
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tobin Smith; Jim Woods
ISBN: 9780470430217 0470430214 9780470475508 0470475501 1282008927 9781282008922
OCLC Number: 302407195
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 186 pages) : illustrations
Contents: It's a green, green world (the greening of the consumer, profitability of the green movement, what drives the green wave) --
Catalyzing into green: why, and why not? (rising global energy demands, the Chindia Syndrome, Energy security, carbon concerns) --
Mandating growth: creating greener pastures --
Waving the green flag: clean transportation (automobiles, hybrids, EV) --
I wanna soak up the sun! Harnessing the profit power of solar --
Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink: sympathizing with the ancient mariner (water investment, power grid) --
Avoiding "grid" lock: the powers that be are going smart (meters) --
Eco-efficient IT: the nerds are turning green (virtualization, saving kilowatts) --
Green plastics: cleaning up society's legacy --
Fill 'er up with biofuels: growing your own octane (ethanol, tax credits) --
Fuel cells and advanced batteries: the rise of pink bunny power (hydrogen, batteries) --
Wind power: harnessing nature's breath --
The new, old green tech: cleaning up coal's act --
Living la vida verde: green buildings, lighting, natural foods, and lifestyles (LEED, LED) --
Building a green portfolio: a green call to arms --
Master list of green companies --
Green investing resources.
Responsibility: Tobin Smith ; with Jim Woods.

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Most Americans have no clue how quickly our internal supplies are crumbling. Tobin Smith will give you the facts and forecasts on growth in the "green investing front" and let you see for yourself just how large this opportunity is - right now and for years to come. This is the fastest growing sector - 13-fold over the next decade! Clean UP will show you how to make a small fortune now from "bridge green technologies," closing the gap between traditional and alternative fuels. Smith will also introduce you to a number of segments of the green investing world--taking you ins.

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