What else will batteries unlock?

February 15, 2019 by  
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Low-cost, high-energy lithium batteries are already disrupting power as we know it — but there’s even more in store.

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What happens to industrial sites in de-industrialized cities?

October 13, 2018 by  
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Often, there are even more issues than just environmental racism at play.

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Should we abandon the language of sustainability?

November 12, 2015 by  
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Talking “sustainability” is not easy, is it? Recently, while sitting at a table of Wyoming cattle ranchers, set to give a speech, a rancher’s 10-year-old son looked at me with all his innocence and asked: “What is sustainable beef?” — with a quixotic emphasis on “sustainable.” My panicked answer, later.Then even more recently I heard in an informal discussion with a few corporate sustainability practitioners centered on “how we need to abandon the current language of sustainability.”

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Selecting An Eco-Chic Kitchen Countertop

August 6, 2015 by  
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Making big changes to your home can be both exciting and confusing, especially when it comes to the kitchen. As the hard-working heart of the home, there’s usually a bit of added pressure to spruce up this space, and the task becomes even more…

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5 things energy companies should know about the Equator Principles

August 21, 2013 by  
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In the latest version of the Equator Principles, even more energy project will be subject to banks' risk reviews.

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Bathroom tissue gets even more eco-friendly

August 29, 2012 by  
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The bathroom tissue manufacturing industry has made progress in reducing its environmental impact in recent years.

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Now hear this: The Army isn’t abandoning LEED

April 2, 2012 by  
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You may have read that the Army is abandoning LEED. That's untrue. It's actually greening its buildings even more with a new building code on top of LEED.  

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How to make solar even more sustainable

March 28, 2012 by  
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If you're buying or investing in solar for the environmental benefits — and the brand boost that comes with them — here's what you should know to pick the most sustainable panels.

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Developing World Sees Fear and Opportunity in Climate Change

October 29, 2010 by  
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Climate change is a top concern globally, but the worry is even more acute in developing countries, which are also more optimistic that it can be prevented, according to the latest Climate Confidence Monitor from HSBC.

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Redwood Creek Winery Offers $130,000 in Grants to Outdoor Non-Profits

December 14, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Redwood Creek Wines Last year, Redwood Creek Winery offered a $50,000 grant to one exceptional non-profit working in the “great outdoors.” The contest was such a success, that they have decided to do it again. This time, however, there are even more chances to win…

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