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'No significant change': Government data suggests UK's 'green' workforce shrank between 2014 and 2019

Business Green

Despite gains in offshore wind and low carbon vehicles and infrastructure, the number of people employed in 'green fields' dropped by more than 30,000 between 2014 and 2019, according to the ONS.

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For Burlington, Vermont, going 100 percent renewable was just the start

GreenBiz

In 2014, Vermont’s largest city became the first in the U.S. to be 100 percent powered by renewable energy. What’s happened since then?

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Texas got more electricity from solar than coal last month

Canary Media

A decade ago, in 2014, gas produced about 41%… The Texas clean energy juggernaut hit a new milestone as the state’s solar production outpaced coal-fired generation over an entire month for the first time. For years, coal and fossil gas ruled the competitive ERCOT market, which supplies power to almost all of Texas.

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Florida Aquarium captures baby coral breakthrough on video

Inhabitat - Innovation

Since a major disease outbreak attacked Florida’s coral reefs in 2014, scientists from Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and NOAA Fisheries. Scientists at the Tampa-based aquarium successfully reproduced ridged cactus coral for the first time, and caught the process in a magical video.

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Solar and wind power have surged wildly in the US over the last decade

Canary Media

But renewables have grown at a staggering rate since 2014 and now account for 22 percent of the nation’s… When you live far from the sprawling fields befitting utility-scale solar and wind farms, it’s easy to feel like clean energy isn’t coming online fast enough.

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ESG Reporting 101

GreenBiz

FigBytes has been helping future-focused organizations tackle their ESG reporting and make positive changes throughout their sustainability journeys since 2014. Take the next step on your sustainability journey with our easy-to-follow beginners’ guide. Download our guide today for more information and get started with your ESG reporting.

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1903 New York house gets an eco-friendly home makeover

Inhabitat - Innovation

Known as the Climate Change Row House, its renovation was completed in 2014 by owner and architect Thomas Paino. Although originally built in 1903, the home at 45-12 11th Street in Queens, New York now stands as an example of modern sustainable housing.