European Union walks a tightrope to climate leadership

July 13, 2017 by  
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Will the rest of the West step up to fill the void left by the U.S. exit from the Paris Agreement?

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Episode 76: Energy productivity and green banks gain traction

May 19, 2017 by  
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On this week’s podcast: Navigating renewables in the age of Trump, green banks fill the void, and EP100 turns one year old.

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Crazy ‘Step’Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

December 23, 2013 by  
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This crazy ‘Step into the Void’ installation is not for the faint of heart. Built on the uppermost terrace of Europe’s highest mountain peak, Aiguille du Midi, a glass cube offers the most amazing and thrilling view of the French Alps. Visitors can step onto the cube’s transparent floor and admire the magnificent mountain range from the height of 3,395 feet (1,035 meters). The brainchild of Pierre-Yves Chays , Into the Void, which opened just a few days ago, resembles the glass walkway overlooking the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Read the rest of Crazy ‘Step’Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ‘Step into the Void’ , ‘Step into the Void’ installation , art installation , Chamonix , Chamonix Mont Blanc (CMB) , France ski resorts , glass cube alps , glass walkway , lookout design , Pierre-Yves Chays , skywalk grand canyon , transparent floors        

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Mind the Void: Interface After Ray

January 23, 2012 by  
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The first in a new series of articles from Interface's sustainability leaders looks at how to overcome the loss of a "leader as real-world superhero," as Ray Anderson was.

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