June 27, 2016

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Science will help push companies towards a low-carbon future

The business community hasn’t done enough to help curb global warming. Now, companies can rely on science-based targets and data to help get...

Skyfarm wins sustainability award at MIPIM

Skyfarm has been awarded the Sustainability Prize at The Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards 2016...

Coca-Cola: ‘Sustainability used to be seen as warm and fuzzy but it drives our business’

Coca-Cola’s social media director for sustainability Tim Goudie believes sustainability is no longer seen as “warm and fuzzy” and can benefit businesses as...

Environmental stewardship, sustainability top focus throughout the Guard

ARLINGTON, Va. — From making use of wind and solar power to incorporating geo-thermal heating and using energy efficient lightbulbs, the National Guard...

Rainwater harvesting and rooftop solar: world's greenest shopping centre could be Australian

Design competition asks architects, environmentalists and school kids to imagine a sustainable retail centre that generates energy for communitities...

100% Water Sustainability Could Be Possible In The Near Future

The United Nations designated March 22 World Water Day in 1993, following the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development...

How Asia can clean up its waste problem

What are the key barriers to better waste management and resource efficiency in Asia? This year's Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum....

Technology And Substance In Sustainability

Sustainability has been a part of the corporate vernacular for decades. The concept has primarily been tied to corporate branding, but the priority...

Are these the seven most sustainable cities? - in pictures

Landmarks around the world went dark for Earth Hour this weekend but many cities are making longer term moves towards sustainability. From Hamburg’s...

Scientists find new bacteria species that can eat plastic

Plastic is a problem. We use too much of it -- over 300 million tons are produced every year -- and we can't...




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