October 22, 2014

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First Offshore Wind Farm in U.S. Gets Approval

The federal government is set to announce their approval of the Cape Wind project Wednesday

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Ceres

Ceres is the largest coalition of investors, environmental and public interest organizations in North America. Their mission is the pursuit of a global,...

The Ecology Of Recycling: Greenopolis And PepsiCo Team Up To Bring A New Ecosystem Of Recycling Into Play

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon In Times Square on Earth Day a shiny new silver machine made its debut in a corner...

Is 'Satino Black' the World's Greenest Toilet Paper?

Claiming that it has made the world's first carbon neutral toilet paper, manufacturer Van Houtum last Friday at the ISSA Interclean conference in...

Travel Right

Is travel for tourism a human right? Maybe. But I believe there is a quicker low-cost way to responsibly increase access for all...

Why it matters that the FDA is beating USDA for control of food system

Small-scale food producers and farmers have been vocal about their concerns that the Senate will pass highly burdensome food-safety legislation.

Tea Party With a Difference

Sounds like a lot of angry people who want to get the government out of their lives and cut both taxes and the...

Amtrak Trials First Cow-Powered Train

U.S. rail operator Amtrak may have given the term "cattle car" a whole new meaning with the first test of a biodiesel train...

Ubisoft Games Going Green

Video game publisher Ubisoft is preparing to launch a new green initiative according to USA Today.

Off the Grid Experiments From the Brooklyn Navy Yard to the California Desert

Living off the grid isn't easy, but living on the grid isn't sustainable—at least not the way the grid is currently set up....



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