The EPA's Green Power Partnership includes more than 1,300 organizations. Beyond reducing carbon impact, joining the partnership makes financial sense.
Joe Whinney, CEO of Theo Chocolate, bends our ear about what it takes to be sustainable in today's business world.
Memorial Day tornadoes, rainfall and flooding across central Texas and Oklahoma underscores the importance of climate adaptation.
It seems like aid agencies are scrambling to provide disaster relief almost every few months these days. Their efforts would not be half as effective if it weren’t for the contributions of companies like P&G, which provides an essential life-saving component in many natural emergencies. Its Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program has been instrumental in guaranteeing clean water for disaster victims in areas where drinking water has been contaminated. In the process, it’s educating employees and consumers about the many ways there are to extend a hand to those in need.
GE’s new Digital Wind technology looks at the commercial wind farm from a whole new angle. But will its new brainstorm be able to sizably boost output? GE is betting on it.
Huge news for the environment: Sri Lanka’s new government just took the unprecedented, historic step to protect all of its mangroves. The move is a model for the world, which, due to climate change, needs mangroves and their numerous environmental and economic benefits more than ever.
Today, “vehicle connectivity” is more than a buzzword. Propelled forward by advancements in the amount of software a vehicle can process, the potential for connectivity has begun to capture the imagination of the largest automakers. In addition to making life more convenient, the connected car is also poised to make a larger positive impact. By communicating with the grid, interfacing with our homes and sending data to the cloud, our cars can help enable efficient energy use and address major mobility challenges.
In an undated letter addressed to “My Islamic Nation,” released by the U.S. last week, bin Laden said not taming the climate could render “massive consequences.”
Those looking to stem rapid growth in renewable energy deployments “are swimming against the tide,” the executive director of the American Solar Energy Society’s Sun Day Campaign says.
Solar maps may depict solar energy potential as well as existing and planned installations. Some maps contain historic information, allowing one to see solar advances over time. Sophisticated map tools allow users to test various solar configurations at a hypothetical installation site, determine cost savings/payback time periods, and even contact installers to “make it so.”
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