November 24, 2015, No comments

Here is a great example of the changing of the guard in the energy sector. Concerns about air pollution, cost, and theft have led telecom companies in China to swap […]

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How to Build a Farm at the Airport

November 13, 2015, No comments

Last month, JetBlue New York’s Hometown Airline™ and TERRA® Real Vegetable Chips, part of The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. revealed the T5 Fa ...


How Companies are Phasing Cruelty out of U.S. Livestock Production

November 11, 2015, No comments

There is cruelty built into the American egg production system. Most egg-laying hens in the U.S. are confined in small cages measuring about 67 inches ...


Companies Gear Up to Support Environmental Activism

November 10, 2015, No comments

Companies have traditionally been challenged by environmental activists such as nonprofits, charities and community groups that hold them to account f ...

  • Harvest Power collects food waste from Orlando theme parks, hotels and restaurants as well as biosolids from municipal waste, and uses a process of anaerobic digestion to break down the waste into a renewable biogas.
    Electric Power From Your Cotton Candy?
    October 22, 2015, No comments

    The colorful cotton candy from your theme park visit is fueling more than just a sugar high. Caterpillar is applying sustainability practices to help deploy a unique waste-to-energy solution in [...]

  • Todd Stentiford, a math and science teacher from Reed Intermediate School, discusses water quality during a GM GREEN event in Newtown, Connecticut on October 8, 2015. Through GM GREEN, GM employees partner with local schools and conservation groups to mentor students through water-monitoring events, classroom visits and student-driven watershed improvement projects. Students retrieve, test and analyze water samples, then channel findings into a sustainable action plan addressing local water quality issues.
    Testing the Waters of Environmental Education
    October 15, 2015, No comments

    General Motors dealers are getting their feet wet in environmental science as a part of the company’s growing watershed education program. Employees from Ingersoll Auto of Danbury, the largest retailer [...]