October 08, 2015

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Food for Thought: Let’s Turn Leftovers into Energy

Nicole Clucas argues that food waste is a valuable resource which businesses and governments shouldn’t ignore.

The Case For Optimism About The Future Of The Planet

A sustainable future is not only possible, but will be better to live in. But it's going to require some radical change.

Why participate in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index?

In the race to earn the highest scores and become an industry leader it is easy to lose track of the real value...

Don't Toss That Sour Milk! And Other Tips To Cut Kitchen Food Waste

Wasted food is the largest component of solid waste in our landfills, and when it rots, it emits methane — a potent greenhouse...

The Road to Sustainability Requires Roadlessness

The process to create new Sustainable Development Goals will define the development targets that UN member states are expected to aim for over...

Dogs Help to Count Tiny Harvest Mice for UK Survey

Sniffer dogs trained to smell out UK’s smallest rodent in the wild to monitor declining populations

The Artist Who 'Paints' with Recycled Plastic

One artist in South Africa has found a way to combine his artistic passion and his love of recycling.

How do we Meet the Challenge of Population Growth?

Humanity is on course for a population greater than 11 billion by the end of this century, according to the latest analysis from...

‘Tiny House’ Helps Raleigh Couple Get Their Boys Outdoors

The 450 sq ft get-away house is what has become known as a “tiny house,” dwellings that aren’t just small but are thoughtfully...

Winemaking Waste Could be Raw Material for Biofuel

New research is investigating the possibility of turning waste from the winemaking industry into biofuel, not requiring the planting of any new crops.



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