June 19, 2018

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Experts: EU Must Fully Switch to Renewable Energy by 2050

The EU's transport network needs to be nearly 100% carbon-free by 2050, according to a perspective laid out by a commission on future...

Spain's Largest Vertical Garden Cleans Air Inside Office Building

The three story indoor garden is considered to be Spain's largest and also works to clear the air of indoor office pollutants.

Businesses in U.S. Expand at Faster Pace Than Estimated, ISM Index Shows

Businesses in the U.S. expanded in January at the fastest pace since July 1988, indicating the world's largest economy has momentum at the...

UN Secretary-General Warns of 'Global Suicide'

Ban Ki-moon calls for 'revolutionary action' at the World Economic Forum.

Wall Street Appears To Have Violated Federal Securities Law, Crisis Panel Finds

Wall Street firms that sold mortgage-backed securities appear to have violated federal securities laws by misleading investors on the quality of the underlying...

Shell, Nestle Among 54 Firms Launching U.N. Sustainability Program

The United Nations today launched a program encouraging corporations to share knowledge on sustainability, and signed up the first 54 participating companies.

Insights on the Eco Index for Outdoor Apparel

Many companies are incorporating sustainability into their business strategy, reaping not only brand and customer benefits, but bottom line benefits.

Tar Sands vs. Nature

The Alberta Tar Sands are the largest toxic impoundments on the planet. (Slideshow)

California Exhausts Rooftop Solar Incentive Fund

Inspired by SB 1, former Gov. Schwarzenegger's Million Solar Roofs initiative, the state of California managed to add a whopping 3,000 megawatts of...

100% Renewable Energy in 40 Years Not Limited to Our Wildest Dreams

New research suggests the whole world could switch to renewable energy sources using current tech in just 20 to 40 years.



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