How boxes, bots and biofuels are routing FedEx’s sustainability map

May 13, 2019 by  
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The delivery company is racing to stay ahead of the curve.

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Why Fisk Johnson and David Katz believe in retail and finance’s role in ending plastic pollution

May 13, 2019 by  
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The best of live interviews from GreenBiz events. This episode: Can consumer goods companies and NGOs team up for material health and social good?

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Spanish Train Station Transformed Into Gorgeous Daylit Office for Casa Mediterraneo

June 18, 2013 by  
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Central Valley Scores First Piece of California’s High Speed Rail

December 8, 2010 by  
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California’s much-anticipated high-speed rail project is finally set to hit the tracks — starting with a 54 mile-long stretch of railway set to be laid down in the Central Valley.

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Takayanagi’s All-Electric Roadster Has a 1920’s Twist

December 8, 2010 by  
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Pull out your prohibition apparel because  Takayanagi is bringing back a cool new roadster you’ll be dying to get behind the wheel of. The Japanese company recently unveiled their throwback to the 1920’s classic aesthetic with a cool, new auto that comes in the form of an  electric vehicle dubbed the “Miluira.” The Miluira is a one seater that tops out at 37 miles per hour and has a range of 22 miles on its lead-acid battery. Though it’s NSFH — not safe for highways — you can still revel in the fact that it’ll probably make you look and feel cooler than everyone you know

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Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Heirloom Gifts

December 8, 2010 by  
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When a gift is truly meaningful, it never gets thrown away and travels through a family tree from generation to generation. Heirloom gifts don’t have to be biodegradable or made of recycled materials – they just have to be beautiful, well-made and make the recipient want to keep them forever. From vintage timepieces to family recipes to crystal stemware , here are our picks for presents that will be well-loved for many years to come

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Researchers Developing Coral-Like Living Skin for Buildings

December 8, 2010 by  
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Researchers at the University of Greenwich in the UK are developing a carbon negative building material that would not only help fight climate change but protect the structures it is built upon. The material is made from protocells — super simple cells that have only the basic elements of life, yet are able to grow and multiply — that will capture carbon in their membranes and grow over time to create a hard, coral-like armor around or under buildings . Read the rest of Researchers Developing Coral-Like Living Skin for Buildings http://www.inhabitat.com/wp-admin/ohttp://www.inhabitat.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=better_feedptions-general.php?page=better_feed Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “sustainable architecture” , carbon negative architecture , carbon negative materials , carbon neutral design , coral buildings , green architecture , living buildings , Living Walls , university of greenwich

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