WeWork’s Illina Frankiv on the road to carbon-neutrality for the co-working giant

March 15, 2019 by  
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The head of energy talks about the changing nature of work and energy for co-working spaces.

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Dow’s Eunice Heath on global sustainability literacy for employees

March 15, 2019 by  
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Can we marry sustainability and health education for all?

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Government key catalyst to ‘sustainable energy for all’

June 21, 2012 by  
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Government involvement and regulatory standards are needed for businesses around the world to implement energy-efficient strategies.

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‘Stealth’ Wind Turbines Won’t Interfere with Radars

June 30, 2011 by  
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Photo: Flickr , CC Tests by Vestas Show 99% Reduction in Radar Interference! Who would have thought that military stealth airplane technology could one day help to provide clean energy for the world? Swords into ploughshares, no kidding! The Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas has tested a prototype of a radar-friendly turbine in the UK and found that the “stealth rotor achieved a targeted reduction in radar reflection of about 99 percent compared with standard turbines.” That’s not a small reduction… Read o…

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Cycling Duo Pedaling Over Two Continents on Bamboo Bikes For Fresh Water

June 30, 2011 by  
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All images by Cycle for Water Thanks to our new TreeHugger Photo Pool on Flickr , we learned about a really amazing project called Cycle for Water. Starting almost exactly a year ago, on July 4, 2010, Joost Notenboom and Michiel Roodenburg started an incredible 18-month journey on bamboo bikes, cycling from northern Alaska to the southern tip of Argentina — essentially covering the entire length of North and South America. And they’re doing it in the name of clean water

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The Only Upside to Factory Farming

March 25, 2010 by  
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Cargill’s massive new waste-to-energy plant will create enough energy for 1,100 homes using the manure from 6,000 cows.

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