July 29, 2015

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Powder Extends Almost-Expired Food's Shelf Life, Could Be Key To Ending Hunger

When it comes to food, the world has two major, conflicting problems: Hunger and waste. But a new powder could help address both...

The Netherlands Might Trial Plastic Roads

Plastic roads are claimed to be quieter and longer-lasting than asphalt surfaces.

Roam, Roam on the Range

This Montana cattle ranch is trying to ensure its operations benefit wildlife – and yes, that means wolves, too.

Big Green Monster Cukes? Rooftop Garden Thrives at Fenway

There's more green at Fenway Park than the infield or the monster wall.

Sustainability in 140 Characters?

How Firms Like McDonald’s Use Social Media to Build Community Trust

Nine Ways to Overcome Barriers to Sustainable Business

From competition to communication, there are numerous challenges to sustainable business. Here’s what the experts say about overcoming them

Autonomous Taxis Would Deliver Significant Environmental and Economic Benefits

New Berkeley Lab study finds lower greenhouse gas emissions on per-mile basis for driverless cars deployed as taxis.

How to Utilize Cities as Partners, Customers for New Sustainable Solutions: The City Perspective

The business case for corporations to integrate their sustainability efforts with their cities for the success of shared goals.

Seven Ways to Host the Greenest BBQ Ever!

Summer BBQ season is here! It’s a time for gatherings full of party recyclables, and a great time to refresh your memory on...

The Centrality of Sustainability

In the past 50 years, we have seen the environmental issue evolve from a fringe issue clinging to a spot on the political...




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