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When it comes to the hotel industry, the biggest symbol of waste would have to be the complimentary toiletries. As it stands, the majority of hotels in the U.S. aren’t involved in any recycling programs — which means that a staggering amount of…
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Comments Off on Care to invest sustainably? Don’t miss these guides
Report authors Heidi Welsh and Michael Passoff detail a total of 314 pending shareholder resolutions, the majority of which target environmental issues and corporate political activities.
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Comments Off on 5 Recycled Buildings That Will Blow Your Mind
Raising buildings out of two-by-fours and bricks is so last decade. Okay, okay, we admit that the majority of structures nowadays are still built using age-old materials and techniques. But every once in a while, someone comes along and knocks …
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Office supplies are often sold in bulk, meaning the majority of that 2,000-count box of paper clips may sit forgotten in the back of a desk. Help keep useful items from collecting dust or going to waste by finding creative ways to re-purpose office…
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Comments Off on Survey Shows Americans Support Water Reuse
Most Americans strongly support using recycled water for non-drinking uses, but the majority remain hesitant about “toilet-to-tap” recycling. That’s one of the findings of a recent General Electric survey of 3,000 consumers in the United…
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Comments Off on Sustainability becoming a ‘must have’ for IT services
A new survey released Friday by Rackspace finds that the majority of its IT customers believe that "greener is better," even — in some cases — when it costs more.
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Comments Off on Double Impact Challenge: Why Should We Avoid GMOs?
Last week, we asked you to join in the Giveaway 4 Good and vote on a new Double Impact challenge by telling us how you prefer eat healthy. The votes are in and the majority of readers selected avoiding GMO foods as their best choice. Here’s why Robyn O’Brien, Author of “The Unhealthy Truth” suggested that as an option for this poll. … Read the full story on TreeHugger
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A new analysis from Carbon Tracker finds the world has used more than a third of its 50-year carbon budget, leaving the majority of proven fossil fuel reserves untouchable if we are to keep global temperature rise below 2 degrees.
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Comments Off on Bridge the Gap Between Earth Day and World Environment Day With Philippe Cousteau
Photo credit: / Creative Commons For 41 years, Earth Day has been a moment to pause and reflect on the state of the environment and humanity’s place within it. This leads some to action—be it personal or political—and many to wonder why this reflection is absent from the majority of the other 364 days of the year. This Earth Day, Philippe Cousteau ,
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Comments Off on Half of General Motors’ Plants Achieve Landfill-Free Status
Using paint sludge to make engine-shipping containers and turning cardboard into car roof interiors are just a couple of the ways General Motors recycles or reuses the majority of the waste its plants churn out.
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