The internet of things is allowing sports stadiums to measure their energy use, water use and waste in real time. It saved the Mariners $1.5 million.
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David Doll, OSIsoft: Where IoT means MLB
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The beverage and food giant aims to restore 600,000 cubic meters of aquifer lands with the help of the Nature Conservancy.
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Americans dispose of about 12.8 million tons of textiles annually — 80 pounds for each man, woman and child.
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Nike and Levi’s pile on for ‘fast fashion’ culture reform
Comments Off on Coca-Cola and its bottlers ‘replenish’ all the water they use
Can the beverage giant really have a zero water footprint?
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Coca-Cola and its bottlers ‘replenish’ all the water they use
Comments Off on How sustainability leaders deal with bullies
Part Two of a three-part series. Read Part One here.I cut my teeth on sustainability pressure in the late 1980s, when McDonald’s for the first time was attacked and vilified — at the time, over packaging and waste.
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How sustainability leaders deal with bullies
Comments Off on The water-energy nexus is not what you expect
While saving water does save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there are other benefits, too.
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The water-energy nexus is not what you expect
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Advancements in weather forecasting could be a powerful and cheap path to stretching water supplies.
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How storm predictions help dams keep reservoirs full
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Dan Kammen, professor of energy at the University of California, Berkeley and a climate adviser to the Obama administration, discusses the the potential of a carbon tax at the recent Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7) conference in San Francisco.
Comments Off on 12 strategies for moving from water scarcity to abundance
How a country that’s 60 percent desert achieved water security.
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12 strategies for moving from water scarcity to abundance
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Comments Off on Reduce Water Use At Home With These 4 Simple Steps
The average American family uses a whopping 400 gallons of water daily. Unfortunately, water use takes its toll on the environment, because it needs to be cleaned, delivered, and then treated, using energy and resources every step of the way. Water…
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Reduce Water Use At Home With These 4 Simple Steps