Yes, the world can cut food waste in half

January 15, 2018 by  
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If governments follow companies such as Campbell Soup, Kellogg, Nestlé, and others with active food loss and waste reduction programs.

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Attention execs: Who has been your best internal ally?

December 30, 2015 by  
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AT&T, Campbell’s, EMC, Sodexo, W.W. Grainger and more members of the GreenBiz Executive Network weigh in on who drove success in 2015.

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20 for ’30: Imagining sustainability in 2030

December 30, 2015 by  
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What lies ahead! From Building Robotics and El Paso to Google and NASA, thought leaders look ahead.

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The best and worst of green sports in 2015

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Sustainable stadiums and green chemistry count as wins, but greenwashing is still holding the field back.

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Das Haus 2014: Minimalist Home of the Future Ensures Masculine and Feminine Compatibility

January 15, 2014 by  
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Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future?

January 15, 2014 by  
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The many problems associated with urban traffic congestion have multiplied in the past few decades, and there’s few feasible solutions in sight. Can the failed single-occupancy Motoplan designed in the late 1950′s by German engineer Carl Jurisch offer a solution? Compact and stylish, the Motoplan could be the next trendy vehicle for environmentally-conscious drivers. Read the rest of Is the Stylish 1957 Single Occupancy Motoplan the Car of the Future? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 1957 Motoplan , Carl Jurisch , German engineered cars , green transportation , micro cars , single occupancy cars , single seat car , tiny cars , traffic congestion , urban sprawl , urban traffic        

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Prestigious 25 Year AIA Award Goes to the Washington D.C. Metro Rail System

January 15, 2014 by  
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Oregon Man Lives Inside 727 Airplane Home in the Middle of the Woods!

June 5, 2012 by  
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Companies Make Last-Ditch Push for Congress to Extend Wind Tax Credit

February 15, 2012 by  
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Nike, Starbucks and Campbell Soup are among the consumer brands that are urging representatives to continue to support a tax credit for wind power production, currently in the final hours of negotation.

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10 creative sculptures made using recycled steel

October 19, 2011 by  
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Babita Sajnani: Creative recycled steel sculptures Creative sculptures made using recycled steel Recycling chunky pieces of metal is a very good way to save the environment and also spare the land fills from overflowing with non-biodegradable junk. There are huge amounts of metallic junk in the form of heavy equipment, cars and various automobiles to name a few. It is definitely a praiseworthy initiative of various motivated artists and sculptors to create amazing sculptures out of metal junk and to give it a new lease of life. Here are ten amazing creations from recycled steel that are very inspirational and motivating for today’s generation. 1. Stainless Steel Woman Sculpture Woman Sculpture Stainless Steel Woman Sculpture This amazing sculpture of a woman is crafted in stainless steel. This exquisite sculpture by Liu Tao is called Fine Rhyme and looks extremely stunning with the contrasting solid leg formation and the wire-based torso. This sculpture is priced at $25,000. 2. Recycled Steel Sculpture by Jason Lane Jason Lane Recycled Steel Sculpture by Jason Lane This amazing sculpture is made entirely out of recycled materials and is titled ‘Gremberlin’. This sculpture is made by Jason Lee, an artist from the United Kingdom and is one sculpture amongst the many that he has created out of old metal junk. 3. Horse Sculpture Made From Recycled Steel Created by James Oleson Horse Sculpture Horse Sculpture Made From Recycled Steel Created by James Oleson This amazing and fine horse sculpture is made by James Oleson and is crafted entirely out of recycled steel. This horse sculpture is reminiscent of the Equine sculpture that is placed in front of the City Hall in Brooksville, however, the dimensions of this sculpture are bigger than the Equine. The sculpture is still at its developing stage and has yet to get its tail. 4. Metal-made mechanical elephant Mechanical elephant Metal-made mechanical elephant This mechanical metallic elephant sculpture is a very innovative design in which various old metallic machinery has been crafted and joined in order to create the majestic elephant form. Sculpted by Andrew Chase, this metal elephant is made out of various old metallic materials such as electrical conduits, rod, pipe, sheet and automobile transmission parts. It took Chase around three and a half months to create this 85-pound structure which is also moveable as the joints can be moved back and forth and the trunk can also be raised and lowered. 5. Recycled Sculptures by Bob Campbell Bob Campbell Recycled Sculptures by Bob Campbell Bob Campbell alias Stig is a wonderful and talented metal sculptor apart from being a furniture designer and an industrial artist. He has made use of various metal scrap such as treads, chains and wheels to create amazing furniture pieces. He has also incorporated other materials such as wood and leather, however, metal forms the base of all his work. His unique metallic furniture pieces have been purchased by many people and he has also exhibited his pieces at his own private gallery. 6. Spectacular monsters Monsters Spectacular monsters Art can truly carry a message, and these amazing old metal creations prove this statement. Such amazing green creations earn popularity as well as appreciation as these exquisite pieces are Eco-friendly in nature. Krittayakorn Chaijit has made amazing monster creations out of discarded metal and his creations do not reflect their origins. His masterpieces that are styled on various monsters look like they are out of a science fiction movie! The Climbing Metal Alien is made out of old auto parts and machinery and looks amazing in its form, It is also coated in order to make it rust-proof. 7. Scorpion recycled metal sculpture Scorpion Scorpion recycled metal sculpture This amazing sculpture of a scorpion made out of discarded metal such as springs, a broken electric guitar and so on. These scrap metal parts have been put together so ingeniously to create a scorpion that looks life-like. The body of the scorpion is fashioned out of an old electric guitar and the rest have been made out of metal bits and pieces that have been put together artfully. 8. The Very Hungry God Sculpture Skull Sculpture Very Hungry God Skull Sculpture This metallic giant skull sculpture is called the Very Hungry God and is the work of Subodh Gupta, who made this amazing creation in 2006. This sculpture is crafted by using hundreds of kitchen utensils like pans, pots and so on. This sculpture weights around one ton and is displayed at the Frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park in London. 9. Steel Jack Sparrow Jack Sparrow Steel Jack Sparrow Captain Jack Sparrow made out of old steel looks extremely desirable and this amazing creation stands 2.7 meters tall. Crafted by Krittayako, Chaijit, this sculpture is made out of old machine parts and old car parts which have later been given a lacquer coating to make it rust-resistant. This is a green tribute to the most famous pirate by Disney that weights near around one ton! 10. Scrap Metal Sculpture Park by Dr. Evermor Dr. Evermor Scrap Metal Sculpture Park by Dr. Evermor This amazing park crafted out of scrap metal comprises of all things thrown away apart from metal. This creative park was a made by Dr. Evermor in Brooklyn which is located in Wisconsin. The park contains a metal sculpture called ‘Forevertron’ which is also touted as the word’s largest scrap metal sculpture!

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