HP, Philips help supply chains scrub 434 million tons of CO2

January 31, 2017 by  
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The move delivered cost savings of $12.4 billion last year, but CDP warns that more work is needed.

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3D-printed “Cool Brick” cools a room using only water

February 3, 2015 by  
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Emerging Objects , frontrunners in the 3D printing industry, has developed a 3D-printed ceramic “Cool Brick” that uses nothing but water to cool homes in hot, dry climates. This is the first project of its kind, now on exhibit in San Francisco, and it demonstrates technology that could make a radical change to home energy use in arid regions. Read the rest of 3D-printed “Cool Brick” cools a room using only water Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 3D , 3D printing , ceramic bricks , cooling , cost-savings , eco-friendly , Emerging Objects , Energy Savings , evaporative cooling , heat , humidity , passive cooling , water issues

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Could super-insulated clothes eliminate need for indoor heat?

January 18, 2015 by  
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When you complained about the cold as a kid, Dad used to say, “Put on a sweater.” He might have be onto something. A research team at Stanford University has been working on textiles that actually radiate heat, which means that you could potentially throw on a layer of this ultra-insulated material and turn your thermostat down even further. Can you imagine a sweater that could help drastically cut your utility bills? Wow. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Clothes , cost-savings , eco textiles , heat , renewable energy , research , savings , stanford university , Sustainable , warmth , wearable technology , winter

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Welsh couple transform old vans into rustic campers with wood interiors

January 17, 2015 by  
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5 Ways Why Document Management is Helping Your Company Go Green

May 12, 2011 by  
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The average office will produce about 1.5 pounds of paper waste per employee, each day. Shocking, but even more outrageous is the fact that the average attorney uses a ton of paper every year! Envirowise Manager, Diana Maslin, states that “In our experience, most businesses don’t think enough about how much they are paying for items they are throwing away.” Document management is a great way for businesses to start implementing green initiatives while improving efficiency.

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Ecopreneur Interview: Orontas

May 11, 2011 by  
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Part 16 in a series where Krates Ng (co-founder of Mokugift the  ecard service) interviews fellow ecopreneurs.

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