News - 4 Nov 2007
Tom Kelly, director of the Office of Sustainability at the University of New Hampshire, is available to discuss Bill Clinton’s new initiative with Wal-Mart to make sustainability efforts more...
Article - 15 Jan 2008
The far-ranging potential applications of this technology include DOE’s hydrogen fuel cell-powered “Freedom CAR,” and personal power-jackets that could use heat from the human body to recharge...
Article - 22 Dec 2007
Commercially available energy-efficient lighting can save up to 75 percent of the energy currently used to light homes.
News - 13 Mar 2023
If concrete was a country, it would have been the world’s third-largest carbon dioxide emitter behind only China and the US. This is no surprise given that it is the second most used...
News - 5 Jan 2023
When we consider the supply chain, we typically think of factories, ships, trucks, and warehouses. Yet, the customer side is equally important, especially in efforts to make our distribution networks...
News - 29 Apr 2022
The voracious appetite for energy from the world's computers and communications technology presents a clear threat for the globe's warming climate. That was the blunt assessment from...
News - 21 Mar 2022
CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, will tackle Australia’s plastic pollution challenges, pledging to help Australia reduce its plastic waste by 80 per cent over this...
News - 10 Dec 2020
Today, Amazon and Global Optimism announced that 13 new signatories—Atos, Brooks, Canary Wharf Group, Coca-Cola European Partners, ERM, Groupe SEB France, Harbour Air, ITV, Microsoft,...
News - 1 Jul 2019
Changes in lifestyle can minimize greenhouse gas emissions and help safeguard nature. Although some actions hold huge promise, some are not as effective as thought and may even need more land and...
News - 13 Mar 2019
An innovative clean technology to transition Alberta’s diesel-powered transit buses to electric is getting a boost in funding from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA).