Low-carbon bubbly: Champagne industry adapts to climate change

May 19, 2017 by  
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BusinessGreen uncorks the esteemed French wine region’s attempts to protect its interests in the face of the changing climate

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How global value chains push and pull U.S. climate action

May 19, 2017 by  
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Momentum is building for U.S. corporate climate leaders, who in turn pull more companies along on the path toward a thriving, clean economy.

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The 6 best sustainability books of 2016

December 31, 2016 by  
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From climate change as national security threat to the changing face of global cities: Don’t miss these long reads.

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What sets apart the leaders of resilient businesses?

September 24, 2016 by  
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They do at least these two things: Embrace the changing reality and take advantage of a landscape fraught with new risks.

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A Thousand Shades of White uses photography to raise climate change awareness

June 7, 2016 by  
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a photography exhibition speaks volumes. Taiwanese research assistant Jheng-Ru Li has embarked on a journey to raise climate change awareness through “A Thousand Shades of White,” a photography project that captures the changing landscape of Greenland . Sponsored by the “Lung Yintai Cultural Foundation” travel program, Li shows how a changing climate has had intense effects on the traditional lifestyles of the Inuit and the vulnerable arctic environment. + Jheng-Ru Li https://vimeo.com/115152667 The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing!

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Episode 9: How activists view business at COP21; Biotech for sustainability

December 18, 2015 by  
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The GreenBiz 350 podcast explores the changing world of jobs, cities, activism and corporate strategy in a post-Paris Agreement world.

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15 Ways To Repurpose Old Baby Cribs

July 30, 2015 by  
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When babies are born, we spend so much time decorating the nursery just right. The crib, the changing table, the rocker, the décor – every bit of it needs to perfect to welcome baby home. We quickly realize just how fast babies grow up – and grow…

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U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology

April 10, 2014 by  
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United States Navy scientists claim they have successfully developed a method of converting seawater into jet fuel . Researchers at the Naval Research Laboratory developed a technology that extracts carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater and then converts these gases into a hydrocarbon liquid fuel. Sorcery you say? Well, the scientists haven’t just produced the fuel, they’ve also used it to power a miniature radio-controlled flying jet. Read the rest of U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , “sustainable energy” , carbon dioxide , catalyst , electrolytic cation exchange module , fuel , gas , hydrogen , internal combustion engine , jet fuel , liquid hydrocarbon , Naval Research Laboratory , NRL E-CEM , offshore oil rig , renewable energy , United States Navy

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Nike’s Aerostatic Dome is World’s First Structure Supported Entirely by a Helium-Filled Canopy

April 10, 2014 by  
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To celebrate the launch of the  KOBE 9 Elite Low HTM at this year’s Milan Design Week, Nike teamed up with Arthur Huang, founder of upcycling company MINIWIZ , to create a stunning aerostatic dome supported by nothing more than a helium-filled canopy. Located at Palazzo Clerici in Milan, it’s the first architectural structure which uses zero compressive elements . What’s more, the entire pavilion can be deflated and relocated to another location inside five pieces of check-in luggage. Read the rest of Nike’s Aerostatic Dome is World’s First Structure Supported Entirely by a Helium-Filled Canopy Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aero-static dome at Milan design week by Arthur Huang , aero-static dome at Palazzo Clerici in Milan , aero-static dome supported by helium-filled canopy , helium-filled balloon supports entire structure , KOBE 9 Elite Low HTM at Milan Design Week , MINIWIZ builds an aero-static dome for design week , Nike’s aero-static dome at Milan Design Week , Nike’s Flynit technology fused with modern architecture , structure with zero compressive elements

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Why some NYC buildings are more efficient than LEED-certified ones

January 3, 2013 by  
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The city is pushing building owners to report on energy use — and in some cases, older buildings are coming out on top.

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