April 25, 2017

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In urban farming, a different taste of L.A.

At the Jonathan Club downtown, not everyone took it well when an infrequently used paddle tennis court on a fifth-floor roof was sacrificed...

Trading in trash: Nairobi's e-waste entrepreneurs – in pictures

From small-scale traders to a company processing hundreds of tonnes of e-waste, we explore Nairobi’s relationship with a burgeoning waste stream and visit...

Sustainability: More Than Just The Planet

Rarely uttered before the 1950’s, the word “sustainable” has become a frequently used buzzword, even landing itself in the title of the United...

Our Plastics Glut Is An Environmental Nightmare -- And An $80 Billion Opportunity

It’s no secret that plastic waste poses a huge threat to our environment, from overflowing landfills to the ever-growing ocean gyres. Designed to...

Clean energy won’t save us – only a new economic system can

That 30% chunk of greenhouse gases that comes from non-fossil fuel sources isn’t static. It is adding more to the atmosphere each year.

Coffee cup fee could cut use by 300 million, study suggests

Charging coffee drinkers for their disposable cups could cut their use by up to 300 million a year in the UK, according to...

Wind Energy Takes Flight In The Heart Of Texas Oil Country

Georgetown, Texas, is a conservative town in a conservative state. So it may come as something of a surprise that it's one of...

How Our Food Choices Impact The Environment

No meat. No dairy. No problem. For years, the UN has voiced their suggestion of everyone giving up meat and dairy for good....

Rising Trend: Social Responsibility is High on Millennials’ List

By 2025, Millennials will represent a massive 75% of the American workforce. As a demographic, they clearly have significant purchasing power — and...

Why oysters, mussels and clams could hold the key to more ethical fish farming

Aquaculture is fast becoming unsustainable and unnecessarily cruel. It’s time to look to bivalves, the most environmentally sound animal species to farm.




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