Just as The Governator tries to pursue green policies, like keeping Tesla’s electric production car local, you’ll now also be able to hand out full-sized “green” business cards with Flickr images, courtesy of the same guys who brought us those cool little mini-cards, Moo.com. They are launching full-sized business cards with a new partner, LinkedIn, which makes sense in the business space, so maybe that be-suited VC won’t snigger at your tiny Moo cards any more. Moo already has partnerships with Facebook, Flickr, Bebo and LiveJournal so that people can turn their image galleries into cards. Their technology means they can put a unique individual image on every card you order – impossible with other printers. So far they’ve sold over 10m cards to more than 180 countries – even to some people in Afghanistan. They recently released an API, and have a cards designer reward scheme in the works. The new classic business cards are sourced from sustainable forests and the ‘Green’ business cards are 100% recycled, 100% recyclable and 100% biodegradable. Here’s an interview I shot to with CEO Richard Moross.