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It’s a major draw to customers when a company has a dedicated green cause. Recent government guidelines and incentives in both the United Kingdom and United States have encouraged companies to develop their climate-wary schemes in order to reduce the amount of pollution being emitted by their industry. Some ... keep reading
Great men, like great epochs, are explosive material in whom tremendous energy has been accumulated; their prerequisite has always been historically and physiologically, that a protracted assembling, accumulating, economizing and preserving has preceded them – that there has been no explosion for a long time - Nietzsche. Scientific breakthroughs often follow a ... keep reading
The sad truth is every person in the world has to face some form of pollution on a daily basis. We are living in a world where convenience is considered quintessential to a person’s survival; the use of industrial machinery, transport and people’s ambition to own the most ... keep reading
International negotiations have failed to give us strong global commitments on climate change. Nations are falling short on their commitments for greenhouse gas emission reductions. Forget top-down solutions: it’s time to shine a light on what community action can achieve. After 20 years of deliberation, the United Nations Framework ... keep reading
A Green technology brainstorm is headed for the IT world as International Green IT Awareness Week running from the 1 - 7 June 2013 aims to shine a spotlight on Green IT and pave the way for organisations and individuals to initiate, promote and support Green IT discussions and action. The ... keep reading
Perhaps climate is another issue the Republican Party leadership should do some soul-searching on. The evidence is mounting: Republicans and right-leaning independents are changing their minds, and increasingly supporting action on climate change and increased clean energy production. A report from Yale and George Mason University Centers for Climate Change ... keep reading
Sir Richard Branson is chairing the jury of this year’s Postcode Lottery Green Challenge. The seventh edition of the annual competition for green business plans opens today to sustainable startups all over the world. The winner will receive € 500.000,- to carry out his or her plan. An additional ... keep reading
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