December 08, 2016

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Climate change escalating so fast it is 'beyond point of no return'

New study rewrites two decades of research and author says we are 'beyond point of no return'.

Medina bikes: Africa’s first cycle-share scheme launches in Marrakech

With the potential to curb urban congestion, could a successful trial scheme in Morocco act as a launchpad for borrowing bikes across the...

5 Ways to Increase Employee Engagement Through Volunteering

If you’re searching for ways to ratchet up employee engagement, start with this truth: people aren't looking for a job, they're looking for...

National Energy Policy aims to meet sustainable growth

The four key objectives of the new energy policy are access at affordable prices, improved energy security and independence, greater sustainability and economic...

French supermarkets banned from throwing away and spoiling unsold food

Supermarkets will be obliged to sign a donation deal with charities.

America’s First All-Renewable-Energy City

Burlington's decades-long commitment to sustainability has paid off with cheap electricity—and some pretty great homegrown food.

Effective Social Impact Has Never Been More Important

In mid-2015, diverse leaders around the world -- from government, nonprofit, the civil sector and private industry -- began to rally...

Socially sound bakery hopes to make enough dough to become sustainable

Hackney–based bakery trains people with mental health problems to give trainees skills for future employment

Musk Says Tesla’s Solar Shingles Will Cost Less Than a Dumb Roof

It’s official: After Tesla shareholders approved the acquisition of SolarCity, the new company is now an unequivocal sun-to-vehicle energy firm.

Germany unveils zero-emissions train that only emits steam

The world's first 'hydrail' can travel almost 500 miles per day at speeds of up to 87mph.




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