September 23, 2020

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This 'edible water bottle' could put an end to plastic packaging

The water ball, named "Ooho!" is a biodegradable and natural membrane which can be fully swallowed and digested, as well as hydrating people...

This beekeeper is rescuing bees with deep learning and an iPhone

The latest, Swedish beekeeper and inventor Björn Lagerman, is building BeeScanning with the help of a team of engineers and researchers.

Black rhinos return to Rwanda 10 years after disappearance

Around 20 eastern black rhinos are being moved to Akagera national park from South Africa.

Is Volunteer Recognition an Oxymoron?

With Volunteer Recognition Day just behind us and National Volunteer Week approaching next week, it’s time to take stock of how - and...

The mystics who found meaning in solar panels

In the village of Tahala, solar panels not only improved the agricultural economy – they also helped residents connect with God.

Britain preparing to scrap EU green energy targets as part of a bonfire of red tape after Brexit

The UK is currently committed to getting 15 per cent of all energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar by 2020.

The world's cleanest cup of coffee

How 44,000 pounds of java crossed the Atlantic by wind power

The Hidden Business Case for Sustainability: What Every CEO and Board Member Needs to Know

This article presents preliminary business impact data supporting a transformative approach to sustainability that is centered on people and stakeholder engagement.

Pay Attention to Earth Day 2017. Your Employees Are.

Has Earth Day ever been loaded with more urgency than now?

.B.C. First Nation leads with green technology, sustainability

Meet the solar-powered T’Sou-ke Nation, which also boasts a wasabi plantation and oyster farm.




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