February 24, 2017

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Humans have destroyed a tenth of Earth's wilderness in 25 years – study

Experts warn there may be no unspoilt places left within a century as report shows an area twice the size of Alaska has...

San Francisco Goes Towards Ecological Sustainability by Banning Plastic Bottles

In an appreciable move towards pollution control, San Francisco has become the first city in USA to ban the sale of plastic water...

Costa Rica has gone 76 straight days using 100% renewable electricity

For two straight months, the Central American country hasn’t burned any fossil fuels to generate electricity. That’s right: 100 percent renewable power.

Paris climate deal: where US and China have led, others must quickly follow

Saturday’s joint declaration by world’s two biggest emitters is vital but not enough to bring agreement into force.

Two Giant Steps Towards Recruiting Top Talent

Great companies are made from great employees. Every company leader wants productive and loyal employees.

Signs of Hope for Nature in a Rapidly Degrading World

Surprisingly, it turns out that while population has continued to grow, the environmental impact per person and per unit of economic growth has...

10 Hacks to Save 2,650 Gallons of Water Every Month

These simple things could help you save more than 2,500 gallons of water every month.

Soaring ocean temperature is 'greatest hidden challenge of our generation'

IUCN report warns that ‘truly staggering’ rate of warming is changing the behaviour of marine species, reducing fishing zones and spreading disease.

Welcome to the era of sustainable (finance) competition

France recently launched some initiatives that raised the bar in the field of sustainable and green investments, where it is already the leading...

Toyota, Tesla and Vestas ranked among world’s top green companies

BusinessGreen: Clean 200 list finds world’s greenest large companies are outperforming most polluting counterparts by three to one.




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