The math in climate finance isn’t adding up

July 12, 2018 by  
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New analysis shows that banks are not transparent about their climate progress. Here’s why that matters.

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Alternative fuels and technologies in accelerating clean energy in transport

June 28, 2018 by  
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Decarbonizing Hawaii’s ground transportation commitments are not only about electrification. What technologies are currently ready and available for implementation in spaces where electrification is not yet viable? What other fuels are going to be available in the coming years? What is the future trajectory of alternative fuel technologies and when will they be cost-effective?

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Okabashi Closes the Loop on Sandal Recycling

February 10, 2012 by  
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Shoes made from recycled materials are not a new green fashion trend: New Balance, Puma and even Manolo Blahnik have all turned waste into new kicks. But Georgia-based Okabashi goes a step further: Not only are its sandals and flip-flops made from…

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Climate Change and the Consumption Trap

December 6, 2011 by  
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After more than two decades of talking about sustainable consumption — and in spite of advances in resource efficiencies and renewable energy — we are not all that much closer to consuming sustainably.

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Renewable Energy Opportunities with the U.S. Government

October 21, 2010 by  
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This article is the first in a series by John K.

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The Future of Transit: Everyone Gets A Lift, Even Pigeons

February 20, 2010 by  
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We are not speciesist at TreeHugger, rapid transit works for everyone. Elaine Georgolios caught this passenger pigeon on video; being Toronto, none of the other passengers even noticed

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Smarter Grids, Appliances, and Consumers

February 20, 2010 by  
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Smart grid for dummies. Video credit:IEEE, ScienCentral More and more utilities are beginning to realize that building large power plants just to handle peak daily and seasonal demand is a very costly way of managing an electricity system

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What’s Worse? iPod Zombie Cyclists or Texting Car Killers?

December 3, 2009 by  
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Photo via chasingfun @ flickr. Zombies are everywhere in pop culture these days, even having infiltrated TreeHugger . There are not a lot of zombies, however, riding the roads completely fixated on their iPods and thus being inattentive to road conditions, and inadvertently killing themselves.

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