The CDP’s annual examination of the climate change-related practices of the world’s largest companies.
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CDP Global 500 Report 2011
Increasing capacity per dollar in computer technology has driven exponential growth for 50 years. With a similar organizing principle, the same could happen in the energy industry.
A Moore’s Law for Renewable Energy
A new report from WWF and Oxfam claim that putting a tax of $25 per tonne on shipping lines would provide incentive to move away from dirty bunker fuel, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and generate over $10 billion a year to help poorer nations deal with climate change.
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Green Groups Propose a Shipping Tax to Reduce Dirty Fuel Use
Nothing anyone has tried has accomplished anything meaningful to prevent climate change. That’s why now is the only time to start seriously working on geoengineering.
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Sucking CO2 from the Air: A Climate Solution Crazy Enough to Work?
USRG Renewable Finance and BofA Merrill Lynch will provide partial funding for the project, which could double the number of rooftop residential solar installations in the U.S.
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US Army, SolarCity Team Up for Billion-Dollar Solar Rooftop Project
Heavy-duty trucks, the workhorses of commerce, are integral to the supply chain of every business. The movement to reduce their impact on the environment is huge. Here is what a major industry player is doing to help.
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How Con-Way Delivers Greener Trucking
The subsidiary of Volvo North American Trucks has been home to the star of the summer blockbuster, Transformers 3, as well as a number of obvious but overlooked energy efficiency fixes.
How can Texas governor and presidential candidate Rick Perry talk so irresponsibly about global warming–and get away with it?
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Why Rick Perry Needs to Be Called Out on His Climate Denying
The Electric Power Research Institute receives a $1 million grant from the US Department of Agriculture for its Ohio River Basin Water Quality Trading Project, which seeks to improve watersheds at lower cost.
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Cap-and-Trade Program for Water Quality Gets a $1M Boost
The hotel chain’s vice president of corporate responsibility says green teams have been key to the company’s success in making progress on its 2015 sustainability goals.
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Hyatt Cuts Energy, Water & Waste by 10% on Path to 2015 Green Goals