Some Greenscroll Criticism, Toronto Hydro Supports Green Energy, Beware Carbon Phishing 0

Published on February 04, 2010
It's been a busy couple of days here at Greenscroll, first chance I've had to blog about it. There's a lot of green news flying around and it's a full-time role just trying to keep track. It should be stressed again that Greenscroll is run entirely by non-paid volunteers, in our spare time, so forgive us if we're not "on" 24/7. We do read every e-mail, comment and tweet though, so rest assured we know what's going on out there!

First off, we got awarded the Ignorant Tweet of the Week when Corey White of Eyecatch Interactive took Greenscroll to task over what we are trying to achieve. It's too long to get into here, but you can read Corey's blog post and our response here. As we've said all along, feedback is welcome -- which is why we have a Feedback tab on every single page of our site. Feel free to use it!

Also, we'd like to bring to your attention Toronto Hydro's Data Centre Incentive Program (DCIP) that offers companies a financial incentive to be more green in how they use power. Click here to read more about that.

On a worrying note, the BBC has a story how the international carbon market has been hit by a phishing attack which saw an estimated 250,000 permits worth over 3 million euros stolen this week. More here.

If you have your own green news, please send it to us, or ping Greenscroll if there are projects that you feel we can work on together. We've nearly greened 70,000 page views -- why stop there?

John Carson
Co-Founder and Communications Scroller, @greenscroll

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