February 13, 2016

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This Oregon brewery uses 116% sustainable energy — here's how

Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon is very much aware of how much they use — according to the EPA, it's about 5.6 million...

The Secret to Making an Impact on Society, the Environment and the Bottom Line: Employee Engagement

More than three million people die each year from water-borne illnesses, according to The World Health Organization. About 1.6 million people live in...

Big ideas in a compact milk plant

Warren Taylor has designed some of the largest fluid milk plants in the United States for dairy processors. Then he designed and built...

The Great Transition

The 2016 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting follows an extraordinary year with the first-ever truly global response to some of the most challenging...

The future of urban food markets

One of Borough Market’s recent public debates asked a particularly knotty but important question: what will our food system look like in 50...

We've hit peak home furnishings, says Ikea boss

Company’s head of sustainability says consumption of many familiar goods is at its limit.

20 Fenchurch Street: Sustainability in an Urban Context

Neil Pennell, Head of Engineering and Design, discusses how Land Securities has embraced the City’s need for efficient design and eco-friendly power generation.

Papau New Guinea's Secret Garden

Let’s face it, it’s 2016 and it seems that all of the best lineups have been discovered, devoured, and exploited by surferkind.

Investment in renewable energy jumps 22% in 2015

hanks mainly to the government's ambitious push to install 100 gigawatt (GW) of solar power capacity by 2022.

Nevada's New Solar Fees Have People Furious

“Don’t tax the sun!” chants a crowd of hundreds of people gathered outside of a non-descript office building in Las Vegas on Wednesday.




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