October 07, 2015

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How to feed a hungry world

With the world's population expected to grow from 6.8 billion today to 9.1 billion by 2050, a certain...

China's Role in the Global Clean Energy Market

The topic of discussion was "Decarbonizing King Coal: Growing U.S.-China Clean Technology Cooperation", and my fellow panelists Ming Sun of Clean Air Task...

BP to begin tests for permanently plugging Gulf well

BP began tests Monday to ensure it can effectively pump mud down its blown-out Gulf well and if all goes well, as expected,...

Sustainability Certification for Companies Opens for Public Comment

A new standard for green business practices unveiled today by UL Environment and Greener World Media, publishers of GreenBiz.com, has as its aim...

Can Virtual Recycling On Facebook Help Clean Up Trash In The Real World?

Waste Management, the largest recycler in North America, is releasing Oceanopolis, a new Facebook game to encourage real world clean-up and conservation of...

A Warmer Ocean is a Less Green One

Studies show dramatic decrease in plankton as planet warms

U.S. Will File Labor Complaint Against Guatemala

The U.S. filed a complaint against Guatemala over its lack of labor protections, using provisions in a regional free-trade agreement

Worst job on Earth: BP calling all applicants

The spill has proven a public relations nightmare for the company

GE's a Good Corporate Citizen, but Where’s the Payoff?

The logic behind both initiatives is simple, Corcoran noted. Big global problems demand big solutions from big companies.

Economists React: GDP Signals Companies More Optimistic Than Consumers

The positive contribution from government spending can also be expected to weaken going forward



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