June 25, 2017

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Italian Company Recycles Bras into Insulation

We've heard of jeans being recycled into building insulation, but bras into soundproof insulation? That's a new one.

Health Law Ruled Unconstitutional

While Monday's decision creates a headache for the law's supporters, it doesn't mean that states or the federal government must stop implementing the...

Are Ethanol Subsidies Going Away?

Plant expansion plans are on hold as ethanol producers brace for the possible end of $6 billion a year in US subsidies for...

New Species of Lemur Discovered in Madagascar

Drs. Louis and Mittermeier would like the animal to be named after Fanamby, the conservation organisation that has been instrumental in protecting the...

Consumers want one green seal.

EnviroMedia said it’s increasingly hard to determine if a product is really environmentally friendly.

Erin Brockovitch II?

It appears that contaminated groundwater in Hinkley, CA is spreading.

NY Bans 'Fracking'

Governor orders hydraulic fracturing moratorium for seven months.

Coral reefs 'could disappear in our children's lifetime'

Unless we change the way we live, the Earth's coral reefs will be utterly destroyed within our children's lifetimes, says marine scientist Jen...

From Cancun to Durban: Climate Policy as a Proxy

By Ivetta Gerasimchuk Corporate social responsibility has to address dozens of immediate issues from layoffs amid the financial crisis to consultations with local...

Hoping for the best, or planning for the worst?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Martha Shaw Business agreements are reached at the World Climate Summit in Cancun during COP16. Over 800 business leaders...



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