Bayer Strengthens Climate Protection Endeavors
Bayer is expanding its commitment to sustainability and the scope of its reporting on the subject.
UK IT Industry Needs More Action and Less Talk About Going Green
Nearly 70% of UK businesses have no target to reduce their carbon footprint research by the Green Technology Initiative reveals today, yet over 90% of respondents to the Green IT Awareness Survey think that tackling the carbon footprint of IT systems is core to an overall green strategy.
Braskem Has the First Certified Green Polyethylene in the World
Braskem announces that it has produced the first certified polyethylene in the world, based on ethanol from sugar cane, using competitive technology developed at the company's Technology and Innovation Center.
Airbus Commits to Ambitious Environmental Targets and Calls for Sector to Become Eco-Efficient
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer, Louis Gallois, has outlined ambitious environmental targets for the company and has called for the aviation sector, suppliers and governments to share his vision of an eco-efficient aviation industry.
Plastic That Grows on Trees
It has been an elusive goal for the legion of chemists trying to pull it off: Replace crude oil as the root source for plastic, fuels and scores of other industrial and household chemicals with inexpensive, nonpolluting renewable plant matter.
Dell Sets Goal Of Becoming Greenest Technology Company
Dell today launched a long-term, global effort to partner with its customers to become the greenest technology company on Earth for the long-term.
Canon Communications Will Make "Green Manufacturing" a Major Feature of Trade Events in 2008
Canon Communications LLC, the leading producer of trade events serving the nation's $1 trillion advanced manufacturing marketplace, will introduce major exposition features in all four of its principal manufacturing trade events facilitating "Green" or sustainable manufacturing practices for US manufacturers.
HP Business Desktop PC First to Earn EPEAT-Gold Status
HP and the Green Electronics Council today announced that the HP rp5700 Business Desktop PC is the first product to meet the stringent requirements that comprise the "gold" status of the Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT).
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