April 24, 2017

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The "Hygge" of the Happiest Employees

With all of the tumult in the air, everyone could use a big dose of hygge right about now.

US solar power employs more people than oil, coal and gas combined, report shows

Last year, solar energy employed 43 per cent of the Electric Power Generation sector's workforce, while traditional fossil fuels combined made up just...

Broiler farmer turns to solar power for cost-effective electricity

A broiler chicken farm in western Victoria has become the latest to use solar power to go completely off-grid.

We may have less than five years to change how we learn, earn and care

As Australian children go back to school, what should we be doing to get them ready for the fourth industrial revolution?

Ireland votes in favor of law to become world's first country to fully divest from fossil fuels

Bill seeks to drop coal, oil and gas investments from Ireland Strategic Investment Fund.

7 True Stories of Irresistible Employee Volunteerism

What’s the biggest threat to building an engaged workforce in 2017? A recent study concludes: employee burnout.

UN urges global move to meat and dairy-free diet

Lesser consumption of animal products is necessary to save the world from the worst impacts of climate change, UN report says.

Donald Trump urged to ditch his climate change denial by 630 major firms who warn it 'puts American prosperity at risk'

More than 630 companies and investors have called on Donald Trump and the Republican-dominated Congress to continue the move to a low-carbon economy,...

This Is The Greenest Place On Earth...

Costa Rica’s stunning landscapes and wildlife aren’t all the country has to offer...

Barack Obama transfered $500m to Green Climate Fund in attempt to protect Paris deal

New instalment leaves $2bn owing, with Donald Trump expected to cease any further payments




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