Greener Gadgets Buzz (Part 2) From Around the Web

by , 03/06/09
filed under: Blog links, New York City

greener gadgets 2009, saul griffith, clean technology, green energy, green tech, greener consumer electronics, energy consumption

A week has passed since the Greener Gadgets conference, and we are happy to see that bits of discussion on how to develop cleaner and greener consumer electronics and energy production are still flying around the web. Remember, you can always catch Inhabitat’s recap HERE as well as the first part of these blog links. Here’s what we’ve been seeing this week:

Scientific American wonders if greener gadgets are possible.

The New York Times talks about how to “green” your home by properly recycling your gadgets.

cnet wrote a three-day report on how green-tech companies are coping with the recession. The last part will be online today.

cnet also thinks about how to best make digital gadgets greener.

Betanews asks if people are really saving money with greener PCs that also claim to be more energy-efficient.

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