From alternative fuels to advanced recycling technologies, director Emily Landsburg chats about what drives the private equity fund’s investment decisions.
So you’ve made the choice to start living more sustainably. That’s great! Figuring out how to start can be daunting, but luckily technology is here to help. These handy resources can fit in your pocket and serve as a reminder to continue your journey towards a more sustainable, greener life–whether you’re an experienced advocate for sustainability or just starting out. Forest Forest lets you combine mindfulness, productivity and focus with real-life tree planting. By not checking…
…Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei province, is the seventh-largest city in China, with 10 million residents. Sitting on the bank of Yangtze River, it has long served as an important harbor, a commercial and industrial center in central China….
Researches have found that the U.S. lags behind other developed nations in terms of its capacity to handle and recycle waste.
An unusual heatwave sent droves of Californians to the
beach, where they were met with hundreds of other unfamiliar beach-goers –
cooked mussels. Consecutive days of 90 degree weather caused a widespread
die-off of mussels along Northern California’s Bodega Bay, an open space
preserve and fishing community. Ecologists reported similar die-of scenarios throughout a
140 mil stretch of coastline. Although there was a similar die-off of mussels
in 2004, this appears to be the largest in 15 years….
Based on new research, Suzanne Shelton offers up profiles of the Americans who are awake, aware and activated on plastics and the profile of those who are still dormant and asleep. From Circularity 19.
Palm Beach, Florida has become the first town in Palm Beach County to officially ban single-use plastic bags and polystyrene containers (also known as Styrofoam containers).
Let this 14-inch goldfish caught in the Niagara River be your answer.
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Despite the zero waste movement, the case for keeping them open is getting increasingly harder to defend.