January 27, 2015

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Share of College Spending for Recreation Is Rising

American colleges spending a declining share of their budgets on instruction and more on admin & rec facilities. The report... (shows) a growing...

Kraft Cuts Waste 30 Percent; Nine Plants Hit Zero Waste

Through a combination of recycling, waste-to-energy projects, composting and turning food scraps into animal feed, Kraft Foods has cut its waste by more...

Oil unleashed in attempt to contain it

Crude gushes freely into Gulf as BP plans to install new cap...

BP Oil Spill Sparks a Crude Awakening (VIDEO)

The National Wildlife Federation has a powerful video out--made as an unsolicited donation to the organization--that drives home the impact of the BP...

10 nutrition powerhouses for kids

It's a fact of life: Chips, cupcakes, and lots of other not-so-nutritionally noble foods are going to find their way into your child's...

Las Vegas Raises Its Stake in Energy Management with Hara Software

The glittering city of Las Vegas has become the latest local government to deploy Hara Environmental and Energy Management software to accelerate municipal...

Report Calls for Mandatory Reporting of CSR Key Performance Indicators

The report develops a system with the goal of creating a regulatory regime with concise, comparable metrics that set a mandatory floor for...

An Eco-Friendly Day at the Beach

it’s important to remain conscious of the kind of damage that our love of the beach can wreak on marine life and the...

Sticking the public with the bill for the bankers’ crisis

Naomi Klein nails it on G20

The climate bill endgame

Opponents of a cap on emissions misunderstand how and why the cap will work.




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