Once on the fringe, about 750,000 off the grid American households pioneer green living by tapping sustainable energy from the wind, sun, and earth.
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The new regulations on fuel economy and tailpipe emissions announced Tuesday are 'part of a far larger effort,' he said.
The Chicago-based outplacement consulting firm and workplace-data fountainhead Challenger, Gray & Christmas predicts that job growth in environment, ecology, and alternative energy sectors will "fuel significant growth and job creation over the next decade."