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Despite claiming in 2012 that it was committed to clean energy, the UK government has given fracking the green light despite widespread public concern.
Recently I went to Punta del Este with a friend with to see Gal Costa perform another one of her sterling concerts.
The hit YouTube video “Solar FREAKIN’ Roadways!” has been viewed over 17.1 million times, and this comes after an enormously successful Indiegogo campaign that just ended last week.
“The waste industry will be obsolete in the near future.” It’s a captivating thought and also a rather an incredible quote when you hear it from the CEO of Ragn-Sells - a business that collects waste.
In July 2013, Philips Lighting employees in 17 geographies were invited to nominate projects that could benefit from Philips Lighting services. A Philips VP tells what occurred as a result in Vietnam.
Mosaic’s new home solar loan offering is the last piece to the puzzle for a complete solar finance ecosystem for homeowners.
The Koch brothers have been in the news a lot recently as apparent opponents to renewable energy, notably solar. But their opposition could actually benefit the industry.
Earthcoin reimagines sustainable development, even as we remake the economy to bridge worlds between the environmental movement and corporate eco-friendliness.
It’s official: you can stop washing your jeans. And that’s a direct suggestion from Levi Strauss & Co. CEO, Chip Bergh.
MoveHub, an international relocation expert, saw a 50% increase of people relocating to Iceland in 2013 compared to 2012.
Levi's recently made 100,000 pairs of women’s jeans with 100 percent recycled water. End result: savings of 12 million liters of this precious resource.
One key breakthrough achieved by an algae biofuels company, Algenol, has been to develop and optimize outdoor reactor systems that combine carbon dioxide, salt water and sunlight to produce thousands of gallons of fuel per acre.