02 July 2010

Friday Green Skeptic Linkfest

I'm going to try something new here on the green skeptic.  Each Friday, I'll post links to a group of articles and posts of interest over the past week or so. Let me know if you find this useful and I'll make it a regular feature.

First up, Heidi Moore on Tesla's IPO: False promises for clean tech: http://bit.ly/dxIWTN

Joise Garthwaite writes about Who to Know and Where to Start with Greentech in China on Earth2Tech: http://bit.ly/cE3BQL

and TechCrunch reports on the Cleantech Group's initial Q2 numbers: CleanTech Venture Investments Total $2 Billion In Q2, Exits Reach More Than $8 Billion.

Two companies I've advised, BlackGold Biofuels and Southern Bancorp, finished 3rd and 4th, respectively, in Business Week's America's Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs: http://bit.ly/docH6R

Three great posts for entrepreneurs from Fred Wilson, Andy Swan, and Hugh MacLeod:

First, Fred's "Six Slides" post: http://bit.ly/aJIQSj

and Andy's advice: Work backwards, from the customer to the company: http://bit.ly/cr04a2

And Hugh's newsletter featured one of his great cartoons on entreprenuership today: gapingvoid

Finally, W.S. Merwin, a champion of the natural world and its enduring bounty, will be named the 17th U.S. Poet Laureate: http://nyti.ms/cCKvPO

Have a great holiday weekend everyone (in the US, anyway) and enjoy it safely.

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