Sponsored: From Fitness trackers to smart socks, these innovations bring lots of promise — but also environmental challenges.
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Will wearable technology destroy advances in recycling?
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Holidays, weddings and funerals — all events that are practically bursting with tradition. Traditions are important not only because they bridge the gap between the generations, but also because they produce a genuine sense of comfort and belonging…
Comments Off on How going green is making Rust Belt cities more liveable, sustainable
In Rust Belt cities like Gary, Indiana, green initiatives are not only benefitting the environment, but also the economy.
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How going green is making Rust Belt cities more liveable, sustainable
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Nanotechnology opens a universe of possibilities — but also creates a world of unknowns.
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Nanoscale materials and unanswered questions on safety
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Shocking levels of food waste are stunting not only nutritional efforts, but also the fight against climate change.
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Food foolish: Waste, hunger and climate change
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The designs in Michael Stodola’s product line, Milwaukee Modern, utilize old car hoods, cast-off furniture, scrap wood and plenty of other materials to create something that is not only interesting to look at, but also has a story.
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Artist Embraces Rust, Dents and History in Upcycled Works
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Comments Off on Are Artists the Ultimate Recyclers?
For a group of artists, scrap metal, bits of rubber, discarded paint cans and empty water bottles are all just waiting to be transformed not only into works of art, but also statements about serious environmental issues.
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Are Artists the Ultimate Recyclers?
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It turns out that green buildings may not only boost your company's image, but also could grow your revenue. A new study finds higher financial performance in LEED-certified bank branches.
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The inquisition-like ‘fact-finding exercise’ about green jobs yesterday on Capitol Hill tells us a lot about the state of our political dialogue, but also about the role government should play in subsidizing energy of all kinds.
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What We Can Learn from Solyndra’s Failure
Comments Off on 3 Simple Steps to Cutting Energy Use & Costs with Green IT
An increasing reliance on technology is leading to great productivity, of course, but also greater wasted energy and expense. Businesses can achieve significant reductions in both by adhering to these three simple tactics.
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3 Simple Steps to Cutting Energy Use & Costs with Green IT