Topic: Carbon footprint

Greenhouse Gases Have Decreased 6 Percent, University of Texas at Austin Inventory Shows

March 4, 2009

Greenhouse gas emissions under the direct control of The University of Texas at Austin decreased about 6 percent from 2004 to 2006, placing the university in the mid-range of comparable universities that have completed inventories, an inventory of the main and J.J. Pickle Research campuses has shown.

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University of Texas at Austin Pharmacy Researcher Works to Lower Carbon Footprint of Pharmaceuticals

Aug. 20, 2008

The eco-friendly green solvent ethyl lactate can be stabilized and used as a binding agent in the production and processing of pharmaceuticals, lowering the carbon footprint of the industry, a University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy researcher has found.

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Director of politics project quoted by AP

Jan. 24, 2008
Director of politics project quoted by AP

Everything's big in Texas big pickup trucks, big SUVs and the state's big carbon footprint, too. Texans' fondness for large, manly vehicles has helped make the Lone Star State the biggest carbon polluter in the nation.

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