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December 19, 2014, No comments

Are you shopping green for your holiday gifts? As I’ve been rounding up gifts for my family and friends, I’ve been trying to be as responsible as possible: I’m shopping […]

ReGreen Completes Major Solar Power System

May 29, 2014, No comments

ReGreen, ​an​ LA-based company speacialized in solar PV, solar thermal (hot water) and lighting, has successfully completed a major multi-family s ...

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The Emerging Women in Burma

February 4, 2014, No comments

Burma, also known as Myanmar, has been closed to the outside world for many years, but now is beginning to open its doors. Democracy leader and Nobel ...

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Is Sustainable Palm Oil About To Become the Norm?

January 20, 2014, No comments

Palm oil is in many products that consumers purchase. The consumption of palm oil has increased almost sixfold since 2000, and 98 percent of the palm ...

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    Cargo Ships on Beaches…Really?
    September 4, 2013, No comments

    By Jacob Sterling, Head of Environment & CSR at Maersk Line Like most other things, ships don’t last forever. After 25-30 years they are no longer commercially usable and therefore [...]

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    Renewables Policy: “EU can learn from the US”
    July 3, 2013, No comments

    Leading environment journalist, Sonja van Renssen, is joined by Richard Cowart, Director of the European programmes at the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), to discuss renewables policy. Since the economic crisis began the cl ...

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    Getting Myanmar’s Energy Balance Right
    June 11, 2013, 1 Comment

    A new report, released today at the World Economic Forum on East Asia, provides insights to assist Myanmar in its transition towards a new energy architecture. Myanmar’s re-emergence into the [...]