Results tagged with 'green'
Published June 24, 2014
Last year, developer / green entrepreneur / sustainable Milwaukee advocate Juli Kaufmann was honored with the Milwaukee Business Journal's Women of Influence award. This year, she served as the keynote speaker and delivered a speech that people will be talking about for a long time. And not just because it rhymed.
Published Sept. 19, 2013
After an extremely long renovation process, Ugly's Pub, 1125 N. Old World 3rd St., finally opened in the former Asian Mart space.
Published Sept. 5, 2013
Timothy Westbrook describes himself as a "sustainability driven fiber artist" who, after appearing on three episodes of "Project Runway" this summer, is back in Milwaukee and about to present a performance / fashion show called "Paleontology of a Woman."
Published Aug. 12, 2013
Rockwell Automation has earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification granted by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Published May 29, 2012
Leon Kaye, founder and editor of GreenGoPost.com, had a post yesterday on The Guardian's professional network that touted Milwaukee and its green business culture.
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Hello World! I can't believe that I started a blog and am throwing my words out in cyberspace! I guess it is not a huge deal being that a million other people do it too. Still, it is a slightly remarkable feat! I have a thousand thoughts running through my head and I am trying to organi...
Local Restaurant, Get Them While They're Hot Tamales, 8223 W Becher St, West Allis, goes GREEN! Owners Jann Martinez and Pedro Cipriano are two of many people who are concerned with the current state of our environment and are doing their part to preserve the future. By...
According to a New York Times article, California is under attack from natural forces rising up from below. Perpetual optimism, the chance for big bucks, and discreetly omitted data is fueling a federally funded, multi-million contract to assigned to a private start-up to drill deep holes more th...
Green living rolls out ideas and puts philosophy into practice. And often green practice is not so much about results as it is about developing a meaningful process—using methods and means to conserve resources, live healthier, and expand personal contacts and options within a communi...
On Saturday, March 21, I joined 800 others in the Walk for Water organized by Water Missions International, a Christian non-profit organization that engineers, builds and installs waters systems that have provided safe water for over one million people around the world. It's easy to believe that ...
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