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Here’s Another Argument For Renewable Energy: No More Wars For Oil

CleanTechnica

Critics of renewable energy claim transitioning away from fossil fuels will be too expensive. But what about the cost of continuing to base the global economy on oil? Fossil Fuels Oil fossil fuel oil Renewable Energy

Innovative orange juicer 3D prints bioplastic cups out of leftover orange peels

Inhabitat - Innovation

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It's Really OK If Japan Dumps Radioactive Fukushima Water Into The Ocean

Jim Conca

Slowly releasing Fukushima tritium-contaminated water into the Pacific Ocean is a very good idea. No other radioactive elements are in the water and tritium just isn’t very radioactive - it self-dilutes in water really quickly, even in our bodies, making it impossible to harm anyone or anything

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Practical tips shared

Envirotec Magazine

A one-day conference on 25 September will explore the range of practical techniques available to help with odour management. Taking place in Leeds, the event is being organised by Aqua Enviro and will cover evaluation, management, treatment and control.

Here are the winners and losers on climate policy in 2019

GreenBiz

State lawmakers this year made it easier to get renewables in some parts of the country, but others gutted clean energy expansion. Energy & Climate Policy & Politics

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7 Year Old Tesla Model S At 98% Battery Capacity Today

CleanTechnica

In a fresh Reddit discussion, the owner of a 7 year-old Tesla Model S explains that his battery is at 98% battery capacity today. This is another reminder of the reasons Tesla cars are much slower to depreciate in value.

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Global Electric Bus Adoption to Triple by 2025

GreenTechMedia

Fueled by public policy and declining battery costs, global electric bus adoption is set to triple by 2025. The Chinese market — the most promising in this sector — will surpass the 1 million e-bus mark by 2023 and reach 1.3

An independent approach to air?

Envirotec Magazine

China is positioned to lead on climate change as the US rolls back its policies

GreenBiz

Reducing China’s reliance on coal energy is an enormous long-term shift. But it looks like that might change. China Energy & Climate

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Tesla Announces Simple Pricing On Commercial Solar, $1.01/Watt (Will Blow Some Minds)

CleanTechnica

Yesterday, Elon announced California customers can now order commercial sizes of solar power in 5 minutes at Tesla.com/bigsolar.

The environmental cost of the pumpkin spice latte

Inhabitat - Innovation

Before you prove your loyalty to the iconic autumnal beverage, consider the effects your morning brew might have on the environment and your health, from the ingredients to the delivery

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How Companies Can Green Their Shipping

U.S. Green Technology

There was a time, now long behind us, when companies could engage in wasteful and short-sighted practices as a matter of course, without the public being any the wiser. Fast-forward to today, however, and it’s extremely difficult to brush aside ethical and environmental responsibility.

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Managing NOx gas emissions from combustion

Envirotec Magazine

Pollution can only be managed effectively if it is monitored effectively.

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Ask a CSO: What is a day in the life of Interface's chief sustainability officer really like?

GreenBiz

A Q&A with Erin Meezan, the visionary vice president and chief sustainability officer of Interface Inc. Corporate Strategy Leadership Purpose and People

2020 — The Year Of The Tesla Model Y & Other ICE-Killing Crossovers

CleanTechnica

I'm a big fan of the Tesla Model Y.

This rechargeable camping headlamp is made out of sustainable wood and recycled aluminum

Inhabitat - Innovation

Recently launched on Kickstarter, the Origin Headlamp is not only a sustainable lamp, but it also boasts a powerful 300 lumen LED light that offers at least 10 hours of light and is guaranteed to lead you straight through your epic adventures

How China is Cornering the Lithium-ion Cell Recycling Market

GreenTechMedia

The commonly held view that lithium-ion batteries are not being recycled is not true. It’s just that China has pretty much cornered the market, experts say.

Cleaning up a dirty industry

Envirotec Magazine

Venting storage tanks is essential for safety and reliability but is a practice that has long been poorly understood and regulated, according to tanks expert Assentech.

As the world warms, the call for climate-friendly cooling heats up

GreenBiz

The next phase of The Climate Group’s EP100 initiative stresses need for more energy-efficient air conditioners, especially in emerging economies. Energy & Climate HVAC

Many States Are Punishing Drivers For Owning An Electric Car

CleanTechnica

A new study by Consumer Reports show that many states are seemingly punishing electric vehicle (EV) drivers for owning an. Autonomous Vehicles Cars Clean Transport Consumer Technology Electric Cars Electric Vehicles Policy & Politics EV Policy EV taxes louisiana taxes

Canada unveils its first chemical-free public outdoor pool and it's gorgeous

Inhabitat - Innovation

Related: Chemical-free community swimming pool is filled with recycled rainwater filtered through plants + gh3* Photos via gh3* Borden Park Natural Swimming Pool, gh3*, natural swimming pools, chemical-free public pools, sand and granite filters, natural swimming pool design, urban planning, public swimming pools

Green Your Home: 7 DIY Projects for an Eco-Friendly Home

U.S. Green Technology

Rising sea levels, an increase in extreme weather events worldwide, melting ice sheets; these are just some of the signs of global warming. While the climate of the earth does change on its own naturally, science has confirmed that human activity has sped up the process.

Keyhole surgery for pipes expedites repair

Envirotec Magazine

Services contractor Clancy has invested in a new trenchless pipe-lining innovation seemingly capable of repairing faults up to five times more quickly than traditional solutions. The compact no-dig system uses an integrated keyhole camera to identify defects within wastewater pipes.

The 2019 VERGE Vanguard

GreenBiz

A diverse group of 20 visionaries, investors and entrepreneurs who are inspiring an equitable, inclusive clean economy. VERGE VERGE 19 VERGE Vanguard

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Cracking The Code Of What People Want In Electric Vehicles

CleanTechnica

Cracking the code of what people want in their electric vehicles is not that complicated, even though analysts at Edmunds seem to think otherwise.

American trophy hunter may get permit to bring slain rhino home

Inhabitat - Innovation

It seems counterintuitive. An American trophy hunter donates $400,000 to an anti-poaching organization in Namibia in exchange for the privilege of killing an endangered rhinoceros. President Trump may issue the permit for Chris Peyerk to bring his kill home with him, despite the Endangered Species Act specifying that it’s illegal to import endangered animals – whole or in part—unless it will enhance the species’ survival. Peyerk, owner of the Michigan business Dan’s Excavating, Inc

Construction Increases Environmental Remediation

The Environmental Blog

Oil spills, sewage overflow, construction runoff…whether or not it makes news headlines, our communities face new hazardous waste contamination each day.

Firms ‘rooting’ for a reduction in blocked pipes

Envirotec Magazine

Blocked drainage pipe caused by ingress of tree roots. A newly landscaped section of a Durham garden has been unveiled to the public, to show how an innovative project aims to get to one of the root causes of blocked pipes.

Why building owners should take charge of EV adoption

GreenBiz

Plus, three strategies for buildings to manage the increased electrical load. Buildings Renewable Energy Transportation & Mobility

China Is Doing A Lot Better On Climate Action Than Most People Realize

CleanTechnica

While a lot of fingers are being pointed at China by people committed to both inaction and action in North America, the actual climate story in China is much different than most people realize.

Ace Hardware boosts efforts to phase out neonicotinoid pesticides

Inhabitat - Innovation

The world’s largest retailer-owned hardware cooperative, Ace Hardware, is becoming more “bee-friendly” by phasing out inventory products associated with neonicotinoid pesticides

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How to Apply for Government Grants and Loans

CleanTech Alliance

Source: USA.gov, accessed September 9, 2019 Free Money from the Government The federal government does not offer grants or “free money” to individuals to start a business or cover personal expenses, contrary to what you might see online or in the media. Websites or other publications claiming to offer “free money from the government” are often scams. Report them to […]. Opportunities

“Brazilian bugs” treat ammonia at utility

Envirotec Magazine

Severn Trent says it has achieved a reduction in costs for ammonia treatment by introducing a process called “annamox”, which uses bacteria imported from Brazil. Use of the pea-sized bugs is part of a new approach to cleaning wastewater at its Minworth treatment works near Birmingham.

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Will California's ingredient transparency law spur safer cleaners?

GreenBiz

Disclosure, like many cleaning products, remains the best disinfectant. Chemicals & Toxics Consumer Products Design & Packaging Transparency

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