Archives for Top Stories of 2014
Nestle, which sells the most bottled water in the U.S., is attracting controversy for its bottling of water in a region suffering from depleted groundwater.
Sustainable packaging has come a long way over a generation, and is now becoming a means for a company to enhance its brand and reputation.
Joseph Enterprises, presenter of Chia Pets, has entered the health food business. The company is marketing not just any chia seeds, but Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia Seeds!
Can the circular economy become the norm in Europe? The European Commission recently adopted a framework to ramp up waste diversion in its member states.
Mosaic’s new home solar loan offering is the last piece to the puzzle for a complete solar finance ecosystem for homeowners.
Larry Wells was a devoted family man, and teacher who was brutally murdered at a Toys R Us store at which he was a manager on June 29, 2013. One year later, a book teaching children about loss was launched at an emotional community event.
On both sides of the Atlantic, as much as 40 percent food is wasted. Now the EU is moving to reform those confusing "Best Before" dates on food packaging.
For over a decade, citizens in Esquel, Argentina, have successfully opposed a proposed nearby gold mine. Other Latin American towns have not been so lucky.
The feds say they will become even more aggressive managing the recycling, reuse and eventual disposal of electronic goods. T
Tomorrow marks the start of the Abu Dhabi Ascent, a two-day high level meeting the UN has called to push forward global action on climate change.
The small Armenian-populated town Kessab in north-western Syria found itself in the middle of a battle since the end of March. 99 Years after the Armenian Genocide, the Plight of Syria’s Armenians Stirs Memories of 1915.
Earth Hour 2014 is one of the most important environmental events of the year, and is important for raising awareness about the impact our energy consumption has on the planet.