Resources & Information related to Clean Technology, Recycling, Renewable Energy, Green Buildings and more.
When companies make claims about their environmentally friendly practices that aren’t backed by facts or that are downright false, their credibility takes a hit. But what can well-intentioned business owners do to make sure they avoid the pitfalls of greenwashing?
TriplePundit has partnered with Masdar again to bring you the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week blogging contest! This year’s blogging contest is all about creativity and forecasting the future. Describe the ideal city in 2030. Winner gets a trip to ADSW 2015!
As a combat veteran who served in Afghanistan, I believe that what happens to the country and to the world will depend on the United States realizing energy security.
3-D printing could offer a dual solution to the world’s waste problem, allowing transformation of plastic waste into new plastic products.
A lot has happened in the world of sustainability since I wrote my first article here on TriplePundit. Here are my thoughts 1,000 posts later.
If you waited until the last minute for stocking stuffers (again), bypass those dollar-store trinkets, and give a gift you believe in.
Having tripled its national renewable energy targets, South Africa has awarded a contract to build a 100-MW concentrating solar power-molten salts energy storage facility. Spain’s Abengoa is leading the project development group, which has secured $1 billion of financing from a consortium of multilateral and South African banks.
Yesterday Rocky Mountain Institute and Carbon War Room announced they will merge, allowing the new organization more leverage as it fights climate change.
Boeing and South African Airways (SAA) have announced that they are close to processing the first crop of tobacco plants for jet biofuel production.
SunEdison on Dec. 15 announced it will build 350 MW of utility-scale solar PV power plants across Chile at a cost 10 to 25 percent lower than that for fossil-fuel power plants.
In 1980, when oil prices collapsed, the American consumer gorged on full-size SUVs. Will history repeat itself, dooming us to irreversible climate change?