Greenstart, a startup accelerator exclusively designed for cleantech companies, is seeking applications for the company’s inaugural three-month accelerator session, which begins on September 12. Submissions will be accepted until July 3
Department of Energy (DOE) secretary Steven Chu announces $50 million in funding for solar energy grid parity demonstration program for innovative solar technologies leading to cost-competitive solar energy that helps solar reach this important milestone.
DOE Announces New Biofuel Grant Programs for $30 Million for Research to Advance the Next Generation of Biofuels
GRANT ALERT: The DOE is accepting applications for small-scale process integration projects supporting the development of advanced biofuels that will be able to replace gasoline or diesel without requiring special upgrades or changes to the vehicle or fueling infrastructure.
Enter ‘The Emerging Voice’ Sustainability Blogging Competition To Win a Free Pass To The Global Reporting Initiative Conference
GRI ConferenceJustmeans, in cooperation with The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), announced last week: ‘The Emerging Voice’ Sustainability Blogging Competition. As a main media sponsor of The Amsterdam Global Conference on Sustainability and Transparency, Justmeans will be giving away two tickets to this year’s GRI conference taking place on 26 – 28 May, 2010 in The Netherlands.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education is accepting submissions of abstracts for AASHE 2010: Campus Initiatives to Catalyze a Just and Sustainable World, which will be held in Denver, CO.
Sustainable Brands ’10 Power of ANDSustainable Life Media is kicking off Sustainable Brands 2010 in Monterey, CA on June 7-10, 2010 with the “#powerofAND” online campaign, a search for stories that combine two ideas to create a powerful concept with AND.
As part of Sustainable Life Media’s mission to be a bridge to better brands, they are presenting the second annual Sustainable Brands Innovation Open, an early stage business competition focused on connecting the existing global brands and socially responsible investor communities to the most innovative new product and service solutions being brought to market by today’s social and eco-entrepreneurs.
The Draper Richards Foundation provides selected social entrepreneurs with funding of $100,000 annually for three years. The funds are specifically and solely for entrepreneurs starting new non-profit organizations. The Draper Richards Fellowships are highly selective. We only award six fellowships per year so we can fully engage with our portfolio of grantee organizations.
The Social Venture Network is looking for the next generation of innovative, socially responsible business leaders and nonprofit entrepreneurs. And so, they’ve created the Innovation Awards program, dedicated to recognizing the leaders of emerging enterprises. Once these figures have been recognized, they will be immersed into the SVN community, providing them access to a network of 500 successful socially responsible business and nonprofit leaders, investors, and other resources and connections that can help them achieve success with their own enterprise.