The power of landscape-scale restoration for business

September 15, 2017 by  
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This often unsung solution is practical and holistic, and baked into the Paris Agreement.

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14 Smart Ways to Repurpose Food Packaging

January 13, 2017 by  
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Just a second — before tossing an empty Froot Loops box, butter tub or soda bottle into the recycling bin, determine if it offers redeemable qualities. Pantry staples and take-out orders yield lots of disposables, but some are deliciously versatile…

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Want to win $20 million? Recycle your carbon

July 1, 2016 by  
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“Instead of letting CO2 go up into the atmosphere and cause climate change, could you capture that and use it? Could you turn it into something?” That is the $20 million question according to Paul Bunje, head of energy and environment at XPRIZE Foundation.

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There’s More To Zero Waste Than Being Green

March 30, 2016 by  
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I consider myself pretty green. I am a vegetarian and grow much of what I eat in my home garden. What my wife and I don’t eat we compost, which gets cycled back into the garden. We’re a one-car family, which works for me as I bike to work every…

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Recycling Water Filters Just Got Fluid

December 3, 2015 by  
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Using a water filter, whether to improve the taste of your water or to filter out contaminants, isn’t that hard to do. What has been difficult, though, is trying to justify throwing out all of the filters into the trash. And, according to The…

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How To Build A Sustainable Greenhouse

November 3, 2015 by  
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With so many amateur and first-time producers coming into the marketplace, it’s important to consider the primary factors that go into building a sustainable greenhouse facility. Humanity has the ability to create and control the environmental…

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Lyon’s green-roofed electrical substation extension disappears into the landscape

October 9, 2015 by  
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Let These Pros And Cons Of Using A Rain Barrel Soak In

July 24, 2015 by  
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During an urban rain event, much of the water is siphoned off and channeled into the storm-water system. Concrete surfaces, roofs and downspouts help funnel water into the storm sewer, where it is fed into a lake, pond, canal, river, or ocean. From…

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Green-roofed Zeimuls Center blends perfectly into the Latvian landscape

February 16, 2015 by  
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Electric-Assist Tricycle Ready to Hit the Streets

May 1, 2013 by  
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Written by Sami Grover, Mother Nature Network Walking into the headquarters of Organic Transit, a North Carolina-based developer of what it calls “the most efficient vehicles on the planet,” I was struck by a decidedly disorienting feeling. At…

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