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An increasing number of homeowners are finding practical value in setting up kinetic energy recovery systems at home.
On April 21, 2012 the Planet 21 program was launched by Accor, one of the world’s leading hotel operators; here are some results a year later.
As energy prices soar with blackouts in the UK likely within 5 years, the government is hastily addressing energy policy. But should this include nuclear?
Towera Jalakari is an unlikely sanitation champion. She is a savvy businesswoman who made her reputation selling exotic fresh fruit juices. But fruit is seasonal, and she has a nose for a business opportunity that is impossible to teach. And she ...
Nestlé the world’s largest fast-moving consumer goods company and a sizeable part of our contribution to environmental sustainability.
Guest author Peder Holk Nielsen discusses how Novozymes uses readily biodegradable enzymes to allow manufacturers to produce sustainable laundry detergents.
Every retail season, Wendi Mathis and Scott Ohsman struggle to collect and carry the heavy, glossy print catalogs of Helly Hansen, Adidas Outdoor, Acorn to their sales meetings. Well not any more they don't: thanks to a new paperless technology.
World Toilet Day, founded by the World Toilet Organization in 2001, and celebrated annually on November 19th, is an opportunity to get people talking and drive real change.
An effective solar energy system requires more than just slapping panels on one’s roof. The type of solar inverter is an important piece of this puzzle.
Electric cars might not be on our roads in massive numbers yet but that doesn't mean there aren't reasons why they should be.
Big brokers are spending your commission fees on advertising, physical infrastructure, and legal expenses - nothing that directly benefits the investor.
While environmentalists in Azerbaijan are generally supportive of a government idea to introduce a “green tax” on companies, some experts voice concern that such a provision would be prone to manipulation.