Seaweed Offers Kelping Hand for Biofuels

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Fast-growing kelp could provide greener fuels without affecting the world’s food supply.

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SolarReserve Banks on Storing Heat from the Sun

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SolarReserve bids to make solar energy more competitive by storing heat until it’s needed.

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View from the C-Suite: DSM CEO Feike Sijbesma

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Heather King talks with the CEO of the Netherlands’ life sciences and materials sciences giant about the importance of biotech to sustainability, second-generation bio fuels, and the ‘green legacy’ of Dutch companies.

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The Future (and Past) of the ‘Office of the Future’

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Thirty years after the publication of my book on the health effects of office environments, things have changed significantly, though some things haven’t.  

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Searching for Good News in the Sputtering Green Economy

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Results of GreenBiz’s twice-annual survey of corporate sustainability spending and trends.

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How SC Johnson Cut Its Emissions by 27% in 5 Years

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S.C. Johnson exceeded its most recent greenhouse gas reduction goal by more than three times thanks to renewable energy and a system at its largest manufacturing plant that uses landfill byproducts in place of coal.

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