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Which startups are getting more attention and who are the winners?

The New York Times ran a series of articles on the growing interest in green entrepreneurs, and which startups have been doing well or have seen their numbers rise.

We looked at the best and worst cases from each of the 20 green startups listed below.

In the end, we found out that green entrepreneurs are not only doing well but also doing something we’ve all been asking for: creating a thriving business in the world.

What is green entrepreneurship?

Green entrepreneurs are people who use technology to solve problems or build products or services that make a difference to the world or to their communities.

They are not businesses, but they use technology for the same reason you use a car: to make a positive difference.

The term was coined in the late 1990s by the British entrepreneur and author Mark Zuckerberg.

Today, the term encompasses a wide range of startups that use technology in a variety of ways, including making a living, helping others and making a profit.

The New Yorker magazine called it “a new age of entrepreneurship, an explosion of ideas and talent that is redefining the way we live, work and play”.

But what is green business?

The term refers to an entrepreneurial mindset that’s often expressed in terms of a new kind of thinking about the world and how people live and live their lives.

It’s also a way of thinking that is different from other types of business.

While many of the best green entrepreneurs have gone on to do big business and are famous for their successes, there are also a lot of startups who have had a difficult start and are struggling.

These include: the Green Rush, a company that sells a solar panel kit at a fraction of the price of traditional solar panels; Green Seed, a technology incubator that’s raised more than $1 billion in funding from big names including Facebook and Google; and Blue Planet, a small startup that raised $100 million in seed funding from investors including Elon Musk and Sergey Brin.

What do these startups do differently?

Green startups often do a lot more than just sell solar panels.

They’re also investing heavily in green infrastructure and other green technologies to help people.

The company that was named the best venture capital firm in the United States in 2016 by venture capitalists including Sequoia Capital, invested in Blue Planet’s solar energy technology.

Blue Planet uses artificial intelligence to predict the best places for people to build solar panels and other solar panels in the future.

Blue Mountain, a green energy startup that has raised $6.7 million from investors such as Andreessen Horowitz, has built and operates the largest solar energy system in the state of Georgia.

It has about 100 solar panels spread across the state, generating enough power to power 100,000 homes.

Blue Moon, an electric vehicle company based in the US state of Utah, is also using artificial intelligence in order to make its electric vehicles more fuel efficient.

It recently began building an electric car in the city of Fort Collins, Colorado, using a combination of artificial intelligence, machine learning and human drivers.

Green startup success is a result of a combination.

There are often many factors in play, and the best companies in the marketplace are all doing something different than the ones who are making big headlines.

Some of the key factors include: creating and launching a business and/or providing the product or service; building and operating an ecosystem of businesses or services; building, operating and maintaining a team; and having a vision for the future of the company.

The Times’ articles, and more, can be found here.

To read the full story on the success of green startups, click here.