It’s a buyer’s market for renewable energy procurement

August 3, 2018 by  
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Here’s why that shouldn’t be too shocking.

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Going off the rails: The railway sector pledges to take climate action

August 3, 2018 by  
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A new collaborative project sets three climate commitments for rail transportation companies.

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Electric scooters on collision course with pedestrians and lawmakers

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As the electrification of rideables speeds ahead, there are still a few road bumps for public health and safety.

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Supermarket Sausage Ad Banned as Misleading: Not Shocking Enough (Video)

September 15, 2011 by  
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Image credit: Tesco Often, when we hear of censorship of film, it’s because the footage is too shocking or disturbing. Not so in the case of UK supermarket Tesco’s sausage ad. It’s found itself banned by the country’s Advertising Standards Authority because, basically, it wasn’t shocking enough. Apparently the pigs that end up in the company’s bangers are not raised in quite as happy conditions as the image above would suggest…… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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California Could Save 30% on Solar by Reforming Rebates

September 15, 2011 by  
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With hefty rebates, an environmentally-conscious public, and plentiful sun, California has been a hub of solar installations for years. From large-scale solar power plants to solar-powered McMansions , sun power has moved firmly into the mainstream in the sunshine state. But despite considerable financial support at the State and federal level, California has yet to see the kind of cost reductions or mass adoptions that have swept Germany—the … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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