Perk Up Your Workout with a Recycled Coffee Grounds Sports Bra

July 24, 2017 by  
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The earth is home to a colossal 5.5 billion tons of plastic waste infiltrating our land and seas, according to a new study published in the journal Science Advances. If the image of a polluted plastic planet perturbs you, pay attention. The study…

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Navigating clean energy innovation in the age of Trump

May 16, 2017 by  
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A new study shows who’s leading the pack in the renewables leadership race.

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Pass offsets onto consumers? It works for Amazon, Netflix and Uber

December 7, 2016 by  
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A new study shows that online consumers want environmentally friendly options.

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Are iPads sedating our kids?

September 4, 2016 by  
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A new study presented at this year’s World Congress of Anesthesiologists reveals some troubling findings: using iPads as a distraction tool before surgery works just as well as administering conventional sedatives. While that’s great news for doctors, allowing them to treat children with fewer risks, it raises some troubling questions for parents about the use of these devices at home.

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How net-zero buildings impact the grid

August 8, 2016 by  
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A new study by ASHRAE illustrates the surprising potential for city resilience allowed by smart buildings.

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The first humans were smaller and “scrappy,” new study shows

July 30, 2015 by  
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The first humans were smaller, but “scrappy” according to a new comprehensive data set. These humans emerged from South Africa and were from a smaller-bodied species called Homo habilis , also known as “The Handy Man.” This is a complete shake-up of the human family tree. It’s been theorized for many years that the first humans to leave Africa were related to Homo erectus, a tall, muscular human. It wasn’t so, say scientists at Simon Fraser University. Read the rest of The first humans were smaller and “scrappy,” new study shows

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Gorgeous cantilevering roof made of timber tops Hungary’s spectacular new Pancho Arena

July 30, 2015 by  
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How much bang for your buck does impact investing deliver?

July 10, 2015 by  
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A new study shows that impact investments are delivering financial returns within about 1 percent of comparable funds focused on financial gain first.

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5 ways companies are defending bees

July 10, 2015 by  
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Here’s how Home Depot, Lowe’s, Whole Foods and BJ’s are getting on board to protect pollinators.

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From Energy Star to Tenant Star: The next frontier in building efficiency

July 10, 2015 by  
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Tenant Star, a tenant-focused version of EPA’s successful Energy Star building program, could have big implications for the efficiency of commercial spaces.

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