The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), passed in 1976 and never updated, regulates the chemicals used in consumer products. And there are many chemi ...
Russell Gold’s pragmatic piece about fracking in the Wall Street Journal makes a number of excellent points. First, our economy has such an enormo ...
The White House is all set to introduce a web-based application that will show Americans how climate change will impact their own backyards. The goal is to make people see [...]
With global water use growing at more than twice the rate of human population increase in the last century, the issue of water security issue is quickly rising to the [...]
According to the US Green Building Council,Â buildingsÂ are responsible for 39% of CO2 emissions here in the US. Everyone understands that make buildings more efficient can have a huge impact on [...]
A group of 140 companies operating in California, including General Motors, Apple, eBay, Intel, Gap, Levi Strauss, Nestle, Symantec, North Face and Acer, have placed their weight behind an ambitious [...]
Hotels account for 15 percent of the total water use in commercial and institutional facilities in the U.S., according to the EPA. Restrooms, laundry operations, landscaping and kitchens comprise the [...]
The Swedish clothing retailer H&M began a partnership last year with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to improve the companyâ€™s water stewardship. The partnership, part of WWFâ€™s Water Stewardship initiative, will [...]