May 22, 2015

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Lights, Camera, Compost!

Eco-conscious actors don’t necessarily work on eco-friendly sets. But the film industry is starting to take action.

London Shows World’s Megacities can Become Sustainable

According to a new study, London is the only megacity in the world where electricity consumption per capita is going down while GDP...

Sustainable Harvest Brews Relationship Coffee

The business ethos aims to understand coffee farmers’ point of view while giving them tools to better understand the market.

California may Require Warnings on Products Containing Chemical BPA

The product is used in plastic drinking bottles and in the lining of some canned food containers, among other purposes.

Food Wastage an 'Enormous' Global Concern, G20 Says

Food wasted by consumers is an enormous economic problem and nations should ensure excess food is given to the hungry instead of being...

The Age of Transparency

The Internet, social networking and blogging are making the world a radically more transparent place for businesses.

Apple Expands Renewable Energy Goal

Apple says it generates renewable energy equivalent to 87% of the energy used by its facilities worldwide. The company’s goal is to get...

7 Green Building Trends to Watch in 2015

Without a doubt, green building is on the rise as global trends attest.

How to Get More Girls Involved in STEM

We need more educational opportunities that start earlier

Community Energy Model is Speeding US Move to Renewables

Publicly-run clean energy programmes are flourishing across the US, as states from California to Massachusetts and Ohio embrace the switch from fossil-fuel based...




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