This could be our greatest opportunity to repair the functioning of the global system
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7 pillars of the circular economy
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So far, it is helping add 2.6 gigawatts of wind and solar power to the global grid.
Google will soon deliver on 100% renewables promise
Comments Off on Developing nations lead the pack in renewables
China alone has invested $102.9 billion in new renewables production — 36 percent of the global total.
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Developing nations lead the pack in renewables
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Comments Off on Food Rescue Program Fights Food Waste Intelligently
A few years ago, a report was released stating that 40% of food is wasted from farm to fork. This stunning news from the National Resource Defense Council has helped raise awareness of the global food waste crisis, with its many environmental and…
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Food Rescue Program Fights Food Waste Intelligently
When it comes to the global energy transition, don’t bank on an overnight overhaul.
Breakthroughs aren’t built in a day
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The outlook for the global green economy has never looked better, and the new normal created by COP21 deserves a lot of the credit.
Comments Off on 10 steps for making sustainable investments
In “The 21st Century Investor,” Ceres outlines how investors can help transform the global economy into one in which sustainability is the central concern.
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10 steps for making sustainable investments
Comments Off on 2013 Best Global Green Brands: The complete rankings
The latest annual ranking of the global brands with the most environmental appeal.
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2013 Best Global Green Brands: The complete rankings
Comments Off on Why cleantech is not the new ‘new thing’ in Israel
Some companies in the country are positioned to take their innovations to the global market.
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Why cleantech is not the new ‘new thing’ in Israel
Comments Off on The $31 billion startup: Q&A with Schneider Electric’s Jeff Drees
One of the global leaders in smart grid industrial hardware sees big data, software and collaboration as key to the company's future success
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The $31 billion startup: Q&A with Schneider Electric’s Jeff Drees