Comments Off on Piecing together the shattered economics of glass recycling
Municipal recyclers say there is no demand for recycled glass. Glass processing companies say they can’t get enough.
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Piecing together the shattered economics of glass recycling
Comments Off on Set a transformative climate goal — or risk being transformed
Science-based targets are rapidly becoming the standard for corporate sustainability commitments. Will your company’s climate goals clear the bar?
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Set a transformative climate goal — or risk being transformed
Beware the mechanization of everything, even desk-based knowledge workers. Even the bees are swarming.
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The robots eyeing my job
Comments Off on 4 convincing reasons to minimize food loss now
One in nine people don’t get enough to eat, while wasted food costs $940 billion each year.
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4 convincing reasons to minimize food loss now
Comments Off on From Scrap To Stylish Stump: Recycled Timber Furniture By Ubico Studio
Photos: Ubico Studio We admit it: we can’t get enough of stump-themed furniture. And now, from Tel Aviv-based Ubico Studio comes this tongue-in-cheek creation, made from salvaged wood scraps, glued together and skillfully shaped to give the appearance of wholesome stumpiness. … Read the full story on TreeHugger
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From Scrap To Stylish Stump: Recycled Timber Furniture By Ubico Studio
Photo credit: Ryan McFarland via Zieak /CC BY BP can’t seem to get enough of letting oil loose. It must be quite a rush — dumping toxic liquids on pristine environments, all the explosions, breaking records for the largest offshore oil disaster in American history. Whooo-weee! The latest, a spill resulting from a leak in BP’s Alaska pipeline, is no Gulf spill, to be sure. But it’s a reminder that where companies drill and transport oil — especially notoriously reckless companies like BP — that oil has a habit of spilling …… Read the full story on TreeHugger
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BP Pipeline Spills Oil Onto Alaskan Tundra