Comments Off on British Airways readies for takeoff on aviation emissions cuts
One jumbo-jet sized hole in the Paris Climate Agreement, aviation industry emissions, is the subject of a new corporate target from an industry sustainability laggard.
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Comments Off on What the circular economy means for battery recycling
Sponsored article: A conversation with Carl Smith, CEO and president of Call2Recycle, about the concept of the circular economy and its impact on battery recycling.
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What the circular economy means for battery recycling
Comments Off on What a true ESPN of sustainability would look like
We can learn a lot from the sports world. Imagine if CSO pay were the subject of a shouting match. Our work would be all the better for it.
Comments Off on Capturing carbon from the air to help solve the climate crisis
Author, blogger and GreenBiz Senior Writer Marc Gunther talks about how this form of geoengineering could be a game-changer in efforts to prevent widespread climate disaster — the subject of his e-book "Suck It Up."
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Capturing carbon from the air to help solve the climate crisis
Comments Off on Finding Hope and Sustainability in Rebuilding Haiti
The U.S. Green Building Council, along with HOK as the pro-bono design partner, have been working to design and construct Project Haiti, a LEED Platinum orphanage and children's center in Port au Prince.
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Finding Hope and Sustainability in Rebuilding Haiti
Comments Off on 4 Tips on Guiding Employees to Greener Energy Habits
Your employees' behavior can make the difference between whether your company's energy strategy produces outstanding results or insignificant savings. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy distills five case studies on the subject to offer advice.
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Comments Off on Contagion Screenwriter Talks Jude Law’s Anti-Science Blogger Character (Video)
Mimos Vita via Flickr / CC BY 2.0 I’ve been writing about climate change for years now. And far too many of the words I’ve written on the subject have been dedicated to combating the misinformation spread by opportunistic climate change deniers. In an era where having a credible-looking blog passes as a credible-enough vehicle for disseminating information, many irresponsible bloggers have famously undertaken efforts to confuse the public about scientific findings or assail the credibility of scientists. Which was … Read the full story on TreeHugger
Comments Off on 87% of Americans Want Genetically Modified Foods Labeled (Infographic)
PROBAR/ CC BY 2.0 Another good GMO infographic , in light of it being Non-GMO Month this October. It covers much of the same ground as previous infographics we have shared on the subject of genetically modified food , but there are some interesting facts presented in it that you may not have been aware of…. Read the full story on TreeHugger
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87% of Americans Want Genetically Modified Foods Labeled (Infographic)
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Comments Off on Bill That Prevents EPA From Coal Ash Oversight, Allows Arsenic in Drinking Water Goes to Vote Today
Image: essg.com A House bill goes for a vote today that would not only block the EPA from federally regulating coal ash as hazardous waste, but would force the agency to defer to states in regulatory decisions, making it difficult for the EPA to declare a state program deficient. Never mind that many state programs already are
Comments Off on Hunter Lovins Revs Up Sustainability Summit at Infineon Raceway
How can the racing industry help drive sustainability? Susty guru L. Hunter Lovins sought to open some eyes on the subject in an unusual conference at Northern California’s Infineon Raceway.
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Hunter Lovins Revs Up Sustainability Summit at Infineon Raceway