Comments Off on Beer giant AB InBev’s former water guru offers some advice
Why managing water risks should be approached holistically, yet pragmatically, like managing your health.
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Beer giant AB InBev’s former water guru offers some advice
Comments Off on Energy storage markets are charging up
In this Q&A, McKinsey analyst Matt Rogers shares new insights about economically-attractive applications poised to drive a fivefold market increase over the next two decades.
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Energy storage markets are charging up
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Can the beverage giant really have a zero water footprint?
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Coca-Cola and its bottlers ‘replenish’ all the water they use
Comments Off on Episode 27: Chemicals for the circular economy; Milk from peas?
GreenBiz 350 podcast this week: A Bayer materials spinoff looks to close the loop on carbon, and the founder of Method turns to plant-based protein.
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Comments Off on Dr Pepper Snapple invests $6 million to close the loop on plastic
The beverage industry giant has joined the Closed Loop Fund and set a goal to increase the U.S. drink container recycling rate to 60 percent by 2030.
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Comments Off on Why China’s shifting economy could be a boon for climate action
Seismic shifts in manufacturing and energy are leading to economic instability in China — and a huge opening to pivot to sustainable growth.
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Comments Off on 4 ways Starbucks can fix its cup recycling dilemma
Markets for recycled goods are nonexistent in some places, and customers ignore recycling bins. No wonder the coffee colossus is struggling to reach its goals.
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The search for sustainable alternatives to hard-to-recycle coffee and tea cartridges.
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K-Cup killers? Hotel suppliers seek better single-serving coffee
Comments Off on Nestlé engineers milk factory down to zero water
The food company is investing millions in technology to help reduce its water use at its facilities in drought-stricken California.
Nestlé engineers milk factory down to zero water
Comments Off on 360 Beers Tested in Germany Found to Have Traces of Arsenic
Beer lovers beware: Researchers in Germany have found traces of arsenic in hundreds of tested beer samples. Many beers are filtered with diatomaceous earth , a mined sedimentary rock that contains iron, metals and can contain arsenic and makes the beverages clear. The beers tested were found to have levels of arsenic, some at twice the amount allowed in drinking water. Read the rest of 360 Beers Tested in Germany Found to Have Traces of Arsenic Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Arsenic in beer , diatomaceous earth , eco design , green design , Mehmet Coelhan , Reinheitsegebot , sustainable design , weihenstephan
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360 Beers Tested in Germany Found to Have Traces of Arsenic