April 30, 2016

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Driverless cars: Utopian idea could lead to commute from Hell

Instead of slugging down coffee and talk radio as you navigate stop-and-go traffic with the rest of the office drones like you do...

Oregon just used its Democratic majorities to pass a wildly ambitious clean energy bill

Last week, Oregon became the first US state to legislate its way free of coal for good...

Surge in renewable energy stalls world greenhouse gas emissions

Falling coal use in China and the US and a shift towards renewable energy globally saw energy emissions level for the second year...

Releases of Harmful Substances to the Environment

Toxics substances released to the environment are known to have harmful effects on human health, wildlife and biological diversity.

The 10 commandments for sustainability collaborations

How can channeling a panda help your corporate sustainability agenda?

Homegrown Trailers reimagines the RV, brings technology and sustainability along for the ride

The folks at Homegrown Trailers, a commitment to sustainability goes along with the desire to connect with nature...

New Seaweed-Based Material Could Replace Plastic Packaging

Plastic is ubiquitous in packaging for food, toys, and every type of product in between. And even with significant recycling efforts, plastic cannot...

Climate change deal: 'Zero carbon' laws promised by government

Climate laws will be tightened to cut carbon emissions effectively to zero, the government has said. Under current law, emissions must be cut...

Portable power with solar panels you can roll up

U.K company Renovagen is looking to harness the power of the sun - wherever it shines - with "rollable" solar arrays that can...

Carbon is a terrible thing to waste

When it comes to winning the fight against climate change, there are many "wants" but just a few "musts": We must get solar...




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