By Silvio Marcacci on May 14, 2013
A daily roundup of the most important energy, environment, and climate news from around the world.
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By Allison Leahy on August 10, 2012
A lot of music festivals give lip service to the idea of sustainability; maybe they compost or have a small solar-powered stage. Outside Lands, a yearly San Francisco summer music festival, takes it about 10 steps further. In addition to the basics–recycling and composting facilities and yes, a solar powered stage–Outside Lands has a green streak [...]
By Timothy Hurst on May 1, 2012
Now in its fifth year, Abu Dhabi’s annual leadership prize in renewable energy and sustainability, the Zayed Future Energy Prize, is upping the stakes for 2013.
By Silvio Marcacci on February 18, 2012
Ten global energy and climate “megaforces” are doubling the costs of environmental impacts on businesses every 14 years, equal 40 percent of average profits, and could significantly affect corporate growth by 2030, says KPMG International.
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