Carnival Invests $180M in Reducing Emissions

October 8, 2013 by  
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Carnival will invest $180 million to develop and deploy a new exhaust gas cleaning system on up to 32 ships over the next three years in order to comply with regulations from the EPA and the International Maritime Organization.

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Save Energy, Boil Water with a SunRocket Solar Kettle

October 8, 2013 by  
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Earth911 reviews the SunRocket, a kettle that heats your water with the power of the sun.

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A day in the life of a CSO: Plus ça change

March 14, 2013 by  
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A typical day in the life of a chief sustainability officer  —  today versus three years ago.

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Samsung Combats E-Waste With Smart TV Upgrade Kit

January 29, 2013 by  
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In the ever-changing world of television technology, some are willing to abandon sets they just bought two or three years prior. Samsung’s newest device could help buck that pattern and combat e-waste. The Evolution Kit, unveiled at this month’s…

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Best of Inhabitots: 7 Eco-Friendly Birthday Party Ideas

August 12, 2011 by  
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+ Inhabitots just turned three years old! My how quickly baby blogs… and babies grow up! Celebrating your little one’s third birthday? Here are six green gifts your tot will love! + No need to rush out and buy disposable decor for baby’s bash. We bring the party to your printer with this round-up of the best printable (and recyclable) birthday party decorations for kids . + Planes, trains and automobiles. What kid doesn’t get revved up over ‘things that go?’ Learn

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Scotland’s Battle Over the Beaver

November 30, 2010 by  
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Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons In medieval England, a beaver pelt was worth three years of wages to a peasant laborer . So important, in fact, was the beaver, that the Church of England classified it as a fish so it could be eaten on Fridays. After a few hundred years of such popularity, however, the European beaver became extinct in the UK

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African Cheetahs to be Introduced Into India in Three Years

April 28, 2010 by  
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photo: World Resources Institute via flickr. More on the ongoing efforts to re-establish the cheetah in India : The Hindu reports that Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh, just returned from a survey trip to a South African cheetah research center, has indicated that African cheetahs could be brought to Indian within three years. …

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Misubishi Hopes To Profit From Bluefin Tuna Decline

March 8, 2010 by  
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It’s no secret that the world population of bluefin tuna is declining rapidly. The scientific and conservation communities have been calling for an international trade ban for years and Mathew told us last year about a report stating that Atlantic bluefin tuna could disappear in as little as three years if current catch levels were maintained.

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Taking Aim: First Wolf Hunt in 45 Years Expected In Sweden

December 3, 2009 by  
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For the first time in 45 years, a wolf hunt is expected to take place in Sweden. In October, the Swedish parliament made the decision to limit the wolf population to 210 animals and will issue hunting permits in areas where the wolves have reproduced in the past three years.

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The Biomimicry Institute: Driving Education and Collaboration

December 2, 2009 by  
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Founded three years ago, the Biomimicry Institute has developed a wide range of programs and activities to spread the word about biomimicry, advance research and education, and provide environments for collaboration.  

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