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The Motley Fool
August 12, 2011
Alyce Lomax
How Wasteful Are Your Companies? Big companies you own may have better eco-policies than you thought. mark for My Articles 89 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 12, 2011
Travis Hoium
Solar Power May Be Asked to Protect and Serve The U.S. Army is making a big push for renewable energy, and it's a smarter move than you may think. mark for My Articles 862 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 12, 2011
Evan Niu
Ford and SunPower, Together at Last Will you "Drive Green for Life"? Ford and SunPower have teamed up to hopefully ensure that the new Focus Electric, entering production later this year, will run on clean solar power. mark for My Articles 757 similar articles
National Defense
September 2011
Sandra I. Erwin
Defense Energy: Small, Incremental Steps Do Better Than Sweeping Reforms The Air Force saved $700 million in its five-year fuel budget just by redirecting flights through shorter routes and choreographing more efficient itineraries for cargo deliveries. mark for My Articles 660 similar articles
National Defense
September 2011
Eric Beidel
Lasers to Aid Machine Guns Aboard Ships Sailors soon may have a new weapon to use on the high seas, one that combines the precision of directed energy with the lethal power of a machine gun. mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
National Defense
September 2011
Eric Beidel
Mask Sucks in Viruses and Kills Them The Food and Drug Administration has approved for sale to the U.S. government a facemask that traps and kills viruses. The mask could be carried in soldiers' rucksacks in case of outbreaks and emergencies. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
National Defense
September 2011
Eric Beidel
Bomb Disposal Teams Shed Battery Weight Members of Navy explosive ordnance disposal teams are used to lugging around 50 pounds of batteries and chargers, but scientists are working on a system that weighs just 9 pounds and would give them all the power they need. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
National Defense
September 2011
David C. Ake
Why Troops Love, and Sometimes Hate, the MRAP To date, more than 27,000 MRAPs have been produced. Nearly 15,000 are now in Afghanistan. Commanders there have all but phased out the use of flat-bottomed Humvees outside the wire. About 2,000 MRAPs remain in the United States for training. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 11, 2011
Travis Hoium
Clean Energy Earnings Roundup Revenue is up but clean energy companies aren't seeing bottom-line growth quite yet. mark for My Articles 660 similar articles
Fast Company
August 8, 2011
Anthonia Akitunde
International Day of Peace Brokering world peace may seem a near impossibility, but John Hunter, inventor of the World Peace Game, has seen it achieved hundreds of times - by children. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
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