I like the caution about "entrepreneurial" talk involving words like "green" and "sustainability". Dan's post about Green Tech seems to point toward legitimate efforts, however. Yet I am amazed at the kind of new age cottage industries that have grown up as offshoots of this movement that involve repackaging concepts with new labels. I read about Scott's recommendations, for example. Hudson Valley Green Drinks seems like a social -- get together for cocktails -- site used by different folks trying to bring business to their consultancies -- all labeled "green" in some way. Sustainability Hudson Valley maybe a wonderful organization but it was started and is run by psychologists who used to lead training sessions -- not tech folks or product folks. Its executive director has an online PHD. She was trained in counseling at a dormant quasi-spiritual institute. She charges for speeches on the Eco Speakers Circuit and has a Career Counseling practice in Kingston, charging folks who want to change their lives through the magic of Green Jobs. So I'm skeptical and cynical about these re-packaging traditional support business as new ventures for a new age.