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Green Jobs Features

Four growing companies to watch

They make games, sell "smart" gloves, provide weather information and supply green energy. Take a look at these four innovative companies to watch.

Civic Duty: Nonprofit Provides Green Jobs Training

Civic Works is making Baltimore City homes more energy efficient and training underemployed young men and women for the next wave of green careers. It plans to service 300 Baltimore homes in the next two years. 

Opening Baltimore: OSI-Baltimore's 2011 Community Fellows

You can call the world your home. You can care about more than one place and learn lessons that apply globally from highly localized, community-oriented action. Open Society Institute-Baltimore operates with the goal of letting underserved communities know that they matter. Today, OSI-Baltimore announces its 14th class of Community Fellows.

Prospects for a Greener Future on Display at the Maryland Clean Energy Summit

First annual event brings leaders from business, academia, and government together to focus on clean energy growth opportunities.

Are Baltimore's Green Initiatives More Than Just Talk?

In Baltimore there has been a lot of green talk, a lot of green white papers and a lot of green promises. Talk, as they say, is cheap; so, is the city making good on its green agenda? And are there jobs in it for Baltimore residents?
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