It’s ‘impossible’ to ignore the world of alternative proteins

May 23, 2019 by  
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With this month’s landmark initial public offering of alt-protein company Beyond Meat, it’s worth sinking your teeth into the disruptive market.

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Episode 170: Trusting the circle, the ‘paddle power’ of water bikes

May 3, 2019 by  
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Featuring highlights from the first of two GreenBiz-organized webcasts this month about circular economic opportunities. Next up, unwrapping circular packaging.

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Earth911 Podcast, Jan. 7, 2019: Veganuary!

January 7, 2019 by  
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Welcome to 2019 and the month of Veganuary. The Earth911 … The post Earth911 Podcast, Jan. 7, 2019: Veganuary! appeared first on Earth911.com.

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AAA has new automation leaders; Nelson Switzer leaves Nestle

June 13, 2018 by  
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In this month’s roundup of interesting sustainability career moves: ex-politicos go private, Nelson Switzer leaves Nestle and sustainability boards get shakeups.

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The US just experienced its hottest May on record

June 11, 2018 by  
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It’s a familiar theme: each year, it seems, is the hottest year on record. The most recent climate change milestone in the U.S. occurred last month, when the country experienced its hottest May ever recorded. “Nature is dealing cards from a very different deck now compared to the 20th century,” climate scientist David Titley told USA Today . The average temperature for May in the lower 48 states was 65.4°F, 5.2°F above the average temperature for the month in the 20th century. Prior to this year, the record hottest May occurred in 1934, at the height of the Dust Bowl. While climate change contributed to the record warmth, two significant tropical storms brought heat and precipitation north from the Gulf of Mexico. While more than a quarter of the contiguous U.S. remains in drought, some states, including Maryland and Florida , experienced their wettest month of May on record. As a result of heavy winter snow melting rapidly in a warm spring, locations in Idaho, Montana, Washington and Wyoming have experienced significant flooding. Related: Climate change has transformed much of Alaska over the past three decades Beyond the average monthly temperature, more than 8,590 daily warm temperature station records were either broken or tied throughout May. “This was 18 times more than the approximately 460 daily cold temperature station records during the month,” NOAA wrote. “Several of the daily records were noteworthy, including 100°F on May 28 in Minneapolis, Minnesota  — the earliest such occurrence on record.” + NOAA Via Ecowatch and  USA Today Images via NOAA

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Report Report: Climate risk, greener electronics, sustainable seafood

November 14, 2017 by  
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This month’s round-up of recent research on sustainable business and clean technology.

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Seattle’s Been Sleepless, Now It Goes Strawless

September 5, 2017 by  
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September is the month Seattle stops sucking. At least, that’s … The post Seattle’s Been Sleepless, Now It Goes Strawless appeared first on Earth911.com.

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5 Products You Should Be Recycling and (Probably) Aren’t

September 4, 2017 by  
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Google’s new self-driving car lobbyist; from Walmart to fighting food waste

March 21, 2017 by  
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In this month’s roundup of intriguing sustainability career moves: Google offshoot Waymo hires a new policy VP, an ex-solar executive jumps into self-driving cars and more.

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Uber nabs NASA flying car guru; from St. Regis to green building

February 10, 2017 by  
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In this month’s Names in the News roundup of green business career moves: New hires at the ridesharing giant, Amazon and the Southface Energy Institute.

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