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Some References to our work in the popular press, T.G. Gutowski, M.I.T.

  1. "How to Throw Away Old Stuff, Without the Guilt," IEEE Spectrum "Techwise Conversations," by Steven Cherry, May 27, 2011. (link available)

  2. "L'inefficacite energetique des procedes de fabrication modernes est edifiante," CleanTech Republic, by Stephane Parpinelli, April 6, 2009. (link available)

  3. "Powering Nanomanufacturing Processes," InterNano, April 3, 2009. (link available)

  4. "'Alarming' Use Of Energy In Modern Manufacturing Methods," ScienceDaily, March 31, 2009. (link available)

  5. "MIT Study Sees 'Alarming' Use of Energy, Materials in Newer Manufacturing Processes," IndustryWeek, by Adrienne Selko, March 27, 2009. (link available)

  6. "Manufactuing inefficiency: Study sees 'alarming' use of energy, materials in newer manufacturing processes," Physorg, by David Chandler, March 18, 2009. (link available)

  7. "How Green Can You Get?" The Green blog of The Boston Globe, by Best Daley, April 30, 2008. (link available)

  8. "MIT Class Calculates Carbon Footprint of "The Man", Wired Science, by Alexis Madrigal, April 30, 2008. (link available)

  9. "Calculating Your Carbon", Science Friday, National Public Radio (NPR), May 2, 2008. (link available)

  10. "Not As Green As They Claim to Be", The Boston Globe, by Best Daley, May 14, 2008. (link available)

  11. "How Big is a Monk's Carbon Footprint?" The Toronto Star, by Leslie Scrivener, May 18, 2008. (link available)

  12. "Big Foot: Americans are a Long Way From Treading Lightly on Earth" Technology Review, by Sara Shay, July/August 2008. (link available)

  13. "How Do You Make Electronics Easier to Recycle?" The Christian Science Monitor, by Moises Velasquez-Manoff, March 8, 2007. (link available)

  14. "E-Cycling" Technology Review, by Kathryn Beaumont, March, 2004. (link available)