June 27, 2016

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How To Be The Best (Non-executive) Board Director

By Lucy P. Marcus Bringing sustainability to the boardroom: Lucy P. Marcus of Marcus Venture Consulting gives some tips on Talkback. As a...

Officials Designate Public Lands for Solar Projects

The Department of Interior has identified some two dozen potential sites for large-scale solar power installations on public lands in six Western states.

Rupert Murdoch & The Fox News Climate Conundrum

Fox journalists had been given direct instructions to essentially never report on climate change without offering skeptical talking points as well.

Nintendo Wii Ranked Most Energy Efficient Game System

When it comes to buying a game console, energy efficiency may not be at the top of a shopper's list of priorities.

New consultation on future of Scottish Water launched

The Scottish Government has launched a new consultation on proposals for Scottish Water to develop its commercial activities, take on new functions...

Embedding Sustainability in Organizational Culture

Celesa Horvath reviews a new report by the Network for Business Sustainability called 'Embedding Sustainability in Organizational Culture'.

The Energy Future Ain't What It Used To Be

The price of natural gas and electricity will be low over the next quarter-century, and crude oil will become more expensive but not...

Obama Admin Wants Study but Backs Northeast Shale Drilling

The administration supports a study of the effects of gas drilling in watershed for Philadelphia and NYC, but it doesn't want to wait...

Government Sues BP For Gulf Oil Spill: Justice Department Files Lawsuit Against Nine Companies Involved In Disaster

The Justice Department has sued BP Exploration and Production Inc. and eight other companies in the Gulf oil spill disaster in an effort...

A cure for AIDS?

Doctors believe an HIV-positive man who underwent a stem cell transplant has been cured as a result of the procedure.




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