Uber, GM, DuPont: Carless cities, self-driving semis and alt-fuels

September 23, 2016 by  
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On top of a resurgence in alt-fuels, a fundamental rethinking of trucking and corporate fleets is underway.

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Going Local to Fix a Broken Recycling System

April 2, 2010 by  
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There are all too many obstacles and perverse disincentives stopping the growth of a broad, effective recycling system in the U.S. But these simple steps can make the problem manageable, and close the loop for reusing and recycling any material.

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Running Up a Better Return on Your Lifecycle Investment

April 1, 2010 by  
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Although full lifecycle assessments are becoming more commonplace in corporate America, many companies — particularly small- to mid-sized manufacturers — are still wrestling with how and where to start.

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Corporate Fleets Continue to Innovate for Emission Reductions

December 7, 2009 by  
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Novo Nordisk, Poland Springs and Carrier are demonstrating that driving less, selecting more efficient vehicles, and choosing lower-carbon fuel sources are bedrock principles of greenhouse gas management for corporate fleets to utilize.  

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