January 18, 2017

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Honda Takes Green Purchasing Guide Global

Honda Motor Co. will start evaluating all of its suppliers on their environmental aspects under the newest revision of its Green Purchasing Guidelines.

U.S., China Clash On Energy, Environment Policy

A year after Obama's visit to China, the envisioned partnership has largely evaporated. The U.S. has filed a complaint at the WTO against...

Earth's shrinking snow and ice cover may increase the rate of Global warming

Satellite data indicated that Arctic sea ice, glaciers, winter snow and Greenland's ice were bouncing less energy back to space from 1979 to...

BP Wins Coveted Russian Prize, to Fury of Rivals and Opponents

BP's new Russian deal will be regarded with envious eyes by rival oil giants. All have been maneuvering for access to the territory...

The Truth About the Texas Economy

By Michael Cash It should come as no surprise that Texas is one of the 2nd largest economies in the nation, behind California....

Happy Meals Banned in San Francisco: Nanny State or Protection of Human Welfare?

By Mike Valente Originally posted Mike Valente: Business and Sustainability Blog One of the ongoing debates in the US is whether or not...

'Social' Funds Embrace Emerging Markets

So-called socially responsible mutual funds are dabbling more in emerging markets - but the marriage might not be easy.

Are Plug-In Cars Dirtier Than Hybrids?

Some claim that since the majority of our power comes from coal, plugging EVs into a coal-powered grid is no better, and may...

Global Peace Index: how does each country compare?

Can you measure peace? The Global Peace Index, published by the Institute for Economics & Peace, is a bold attempt to do so.

JP Morgan Chase overcharged troops on mortgages

The nation's second largest bank - JP Morgan Chase - admits it has overcharged several thousand military families for their mortgages.




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