A Gift Guide to Sustainable Skin Care

December 3, 2020 by  
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LastObject Aims To Reduce Household Waste

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Critics fired up over UK power plant’s negative emissions promise

August 6, 2015 by  
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Coal and wood pellets aren’t the only things burning at the Drax Power Station in Yorkshire, England . The world’s biggest “green” power plant is under fire for its claims to be the first “negative emissions” electricity generator of its kind. The power plant has an ambitious plan underway to burn biomass, capture greenhouse gas emissions , and bury them under the North Sea. But, critics are having a tough time believing the claims – especially since recent studies show the power plant may actually be increasing emissions. Read the rest of Critics fired up over UK power plant’s negative emissions promise

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Buildup To Greenbuild: See The Winners of the Toronto Urban Design Awards

September 20, 2011 by  
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30,000 green building professionals are coming to Toronto for Greenbuild in October; this series will try to explain Toronto to them. Every two years the City of Toronto presents the Urban Design Awards, with an independent jury choosing among dozens of submissions. Many of this year’s winners are within walking distance of Greenbuild. This year’s jury, (Ralph Giannone, John Lorinc, Ronji Borooah, Greg Smallenberg, Christine Abe) must have had a tough time; there was some great stuff submitted and some difficult choices made. Like the one above, the Salvation Army Harbour Lightbox by Diamond and Schmitt Architects and du Toit Allsopp Hillier… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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