Green has gone mainstream—there's no doubt about that now. Celebrities touting their "green" lifestyles, corporations announcing "green" initiative after "green" initiative, and politicians publicly calling for "green"
Carnegie Mellon University researchers are asking companies to do what is only absolutely reasonable in the face of a big global goal of reducing emissions - broaden the terms on which they calculate carbon emissions.
It has been a rocky year for many in 2008. With an ailing economy, viral job loss, busted mortgages, roller coaster oil prices and stock markets, and a grim forecast , it is easy to neglect the good news. But the good
FOX News parodies itself better than any comedian ever could. In what seems too jaw-dropping to be real, the folks at FOX decide to state that all PETA members are ugly, and that kids who encourage their parents to be greener ought to be punished. From
Did you know the tradeshow industry is second only to the construction industry in the amount of waste it generates? Garbage from discarded packaging, samples, handouts and more piles up for days creating countless
I know what you're thinking: same old, same old. But actually this line of reusable bags is making it harder and harder to come up the "I forgot my bag" excuse.What drew me to BlueAvocado's new GroPak is the product’s ability to
Tired of trying to figure out ways to recycle the holiday cards you receive? Try eating them. A design company has come up with a formula for doing just that. A British eco-design company has developed a Christmas card made from
When something like this arrives, I find the only way to really vent my frustration is to cause public embarrassment. So, off to the stocks with this Ultralast media package and its flood of greenwash.
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Construction Waste Diverted from Landfill
Walk past your nearest construction site, and chances are you'll see piles of materials that may or may not make it into the final building. As with many industries, the level of
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London Suburb Announces One Planet Living Plan
It's not just their involvement in everything from localized closed-loop paper recycling to decentralized supply chains to massive sustainable housing developments across
Folk Music Troubadour, Eliza Gilkyson, is currently touring in support of her new release, "Beautiful World", an album which tackles environmental issues, and not timidly. Eliza Glkyson, who has toured with folk greats such as Patty Griffin and
There is a very cool website that has the ability to take into account all the things you do on a regular basis, and then pinpoints the best spot for you to live so that you are central to everything you most enjoy, effectively minimizing your carbon