USGBC Wood Policy Stands (for Now) After Battle Over Eco-Labels

December 9, 2010 by  
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After a lengthy and contentious review, members of the U.S. Green Building Council — the organization behind the LEED rating system — rejected a proposal that would have opened the door to wood certified under various eco-labels to be considered for LEED credit.

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USGBC Wood Policy Stands (for Now) After Battle Over Eco-Labels

Walmart Partnership Saves 600K+ Acres of Wildlife Habitat

December 9, 2010 by  
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Walmart will announce today that its Acres for America program has far exceeded this goal by helping to conserve 625,000 acres of land in five years. So far, the program has donated $18-20 million toward projects that total nearly $20 million in acquisitions.

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Nike Takes the Climate Change Fight to the Cloud

December 8, 2010 by  
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Nike’s sustainability-focused design tool and patent-sharing program show how companies can use technology and collaboration to combat climate change.

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Understanding Water-Related Risks and Opportunities

December 8, 2010 by  
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Concerns about the world’s most precious resource — water — are growing, and businesses are increasingly taking note.

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Laying the Ghosts of Copenhagen to Rest

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The Mexican government, which is hosting the UN climate change negotiations in Cancun, has gone to great lengths to lay to rest the ghosts of the Copenhagen negotiation process, which was haunted by the Danish text and secret negotiations between the U.S. and developing countries that led to the Copenhagen Accord.

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