Did London Live Up to Its Claim of Being the 'Greenest Olympics Ever'?
The 2012 London Olympic organizers aimed it to be the "greenest Olympics ever," according to CNN.
EARTH: Carbon and the city
In 2010, the world reached a milestone: The number of people living in urban areas reached 50 percent.
Honda, Hyundai, Nissan and Subaru Join Suppliers Partnership for the Environment
The Suppliers Partnership for the Environment (SP) today announced that American Honda Motor Company, Hyundai America Technical Center, Nissan North America and Subaru of America have become members of SP.
New Bio-Plastic, Compostable Sushi Trays Give Sushi Chefs Sustainable Presentation Options
Excellent Packaging & Supply, an innovator and wholesale distributor of sustainable, biodegradable, and nature-based packaging for foodservice and other applications, has added Ingeo biopolymer-based sushi trays to its line of nature-based foodservice products.
Haitian Relief Efforts Improve as Donated Solar Lights are Installed
SOL Inc‚Äôs solar lights are shining brightly all night long, expanding relief and recovery efforts at several Port-au-Prince sites following the devastating earthquake on January 12, 2010.
Caribou Coffee Makes a Commitment to Energy Efficiency
Caribou Coffee, the second-largest company-owned gourmet coffeehouse operator
based in the US, has made a commitment to energy efficiency by mandating
compact fluorescent lamps in its lighting design specifications for
Drexel University Becomes First U.S. Institution to Adopt Viridity Smart Grid Technology
Drexel University has become the first institution in the country that will deploy Viridity's VPower System energy monitoring system on its main campus, located in Philadelphia's University City District.
Microsoft Licenses Berkeley Lab's Home Energy Saver Code for Its Energy Management Software
Microsoft Corporation has launched a Web-based home energy management service, Hohm, which uses the energy models in the Home Energy Saver, developed by the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab).
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