October 26, 2016

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CES: Consumer Electronics Assn. and Greenpeace say gadgets getting more green

CES states nearly 49 million products on the market are registered with the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool.

Beyond Optics: Why Board Diversity Really Matters

Lack of women on boards is a reflection of a wider problem: it is one of color, age, international perspective and more.

Analysis Compares Footprint of Gas and Electric Cars

Electric cars are the darlings of the green technology futurists. But wait, cries a receding voice, "What about the environmental impact of all...

Sustainability Partnerships Multiply Benefits

As companies have recently demonstrated, establishing sustainable partnerships can do wonders to help raise your profile. But collaborating is no walk in the...

1998 Study Linking Vaccine to Autism was Fraud

The first study to link a childhood vaccine to autism was based on doctored information about the children involved, according to a new...

Italy Dumps Plastic Bags with World's First Nationwide Ban

The only plastic bags that will be available in Italy will soon be biodegradable versions, since a ban on plastic bags went into...

Commission Lets 36 States Dump Nuclear Waste In Texas

Environmentalists warned the dump would pollute groundwater and more than 5,000 people commented on the plan.

U.S. Companies Added 297,000 Jobs in December, ADP Says

Companies in the U.S. boosted payrolls in December by the most since records began in 2001, showing a stronger labor-market recovery at the...

University's $3.5M Dry Bio-digester is First in Nation

The University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh is just months from completing the first US installation of a dry anaerobic bio-digester.

World food prices enter 'danger territory' to reach record high

UN food price index rises for sixth month in a row to highest since records began in 1990.



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