Corporate renewable energy buyers remain undeterred

September 19, 2017 by  
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The vast majority of corporate energy purchasers plans to pick up the pace on renewables in the decade ahead, according to research by GreenBiz and Apex Clean Energy.

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How big data and behavioral science boost energy efficiency

July 31, 2017 by  
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The vast majority of people are willing to do the right thing if given the chance, especially when it comes to preserving the planet for future generations. The challenge is empowering people with the tools and knowledge to make better purchasing decisions for energy-efficient products. Figuring out how to engage the consumer market, which spends $1 billion on energy-consuming products per year in the U.S. alone, is where Enervee comes in. 

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Some light in clean tech investing, despite the gloom

May 16, 2013 by  
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The vast majority of clean energy investment not coming from VCs is actually a positive indicator for the maturation of clean energy markets.

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How do you get to sustainability? By degrees.

November 9, 2012 by  
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Even among employees who consider themselves experts in sustainability, almost half want to expand their knowledge — and the vast majority think formal education would help.

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100+ Quick Rebuttals to Common Anti-Climate Change Arguments

August 9, 2010 by  
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Climate change is (obviously) a subject that’s greeted with heaps of controversy just about whenever the topic is broached. Unlike most phenomena that a vast majority of scientists have agreed is occurring after years and years of meticulous study, climate change is apt to cause a ruckus (or at least some grumblings) when brought up in any kind of social forum. You, the informed TreeHugger reader, are most likely aware that global warming is real, caused by man, and will cause a number of serious problems if left unaddressed

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Brutal Use of Force on Peaceful Climate Protesters Caught on Tape (Video)

December 16, 2009 by  
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Photo via TreeHugger’s Matt McDermott With plenty of coverage focusing on all the protests and demonstrations going on in Copenhagen , it’s easy to lose track of the fact that the vast, vast majority of these have been peaceful. But, as this video reveals, the Danish Politti aren’t so inclined to take it easy. This pretty brutal use of force was caught on camera, and was employed to push back nonviolent climate protesters.

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