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Is wood the new concrete?


Companies looking for ways to reduce carbon emissions are turning to mass timber as a climate and building solution

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What is the best way to buy new technology and electronics products?

U.S. Green Technology

Just about every few years, someone claims the new technology will change the world. Sometimes they are proper, and other times they’re completely wrong. This has led many of us to think that we have all placed excessive faith in technological innovation.


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How data skills can amplify corporate action to save the planet


It’s time to realize the commercial and environmental potential of machine learning and data skills


Should Your Climate-Focused Company Spend Time On Twitter?

Michael Grossman

New Survey Provides Guidance. Is Twitter for selling or shouting? It's a question I hear from mission-driven companies in the climate tech sector, especially from executives born before the first web browser. “We’re We’re a science-based company,” says the typical climate tech CEO.

How Digital Transformation will Bend the Curve of the Linear Economy Toward the Circular

Speaker: Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Co-Founder & Managing Director of SmartNations Foundation, Jimmy Jia, Venture Partner at Pi Labs, Fabienne Durand, Senior Advisor to the SmartNations Foundation, & Roger Strukhoff, Executive Director of the Tau Institute

The Carbon Zero, Circular Economy, is easily the most profoundly important result of digital transformation. Industry 4.0 has a massively cumulative impact on dematerialization (in all forms) and resultant decarbonization (both emissions and embodied) throughout the economy. Join panelists Bruce Armstrong Taylor, Jimmy Jia, Fabienne Durand, and their moderator Roger Strukhoff as they discuss how bending the carbon/GHG heavy linear economy to the circular is one of the hidden benefits of digital disruption.

Biden’s Infrastructure Bill Needs A Quick Win For Nuclear

Jim Conca

Passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act last Monday had some nice things for nuclear energy. The overall Bill is a $1.2 trillion for everything from bridges and roads to the nation's broadband, water and energy systems. Nuclear got about $25 billion.

How Does Hot Stamp Printing Benefit Your Brand?

U.S. Green Technology

How do you spot your favorite products on the store shelves? Is it instinct, well-labeled aisles, or product displays? You are probably familiar with them because of their packaging. How does hot stamping come into play?

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How To Make Your Home More Environmentally Friendly

The Environmental Blog

While the vast majority of environmental damage is done by massive corporations and world governments, rather than little old you, it’s important to remember that collective action can have an impact on helping the world become more environmentally friendly.

Weekly UTC Clean Energy Bulletin- November 23

CleanTech Alliance

Source: Utilities and Transportation Commission, November 23, 2021 Upcoming workshops, rulemakings, and other dates The Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC or commission) invites the public to participate in its work to implement Washington’s clean energy legislation. The 2019 Clean Energy Transformation Act requires electric utilities to transition to a carbon-neutral supply of electricity by […]. Public Policy rulemaking utc utc clean energy bulletin weekly bulletin

Laser scans show devastating impact of wet wipes on the Thames

Envirotec Magazine

River charity Thames21 has released data showing a mound created by wet wipes, which has grown to the size of two tennis courts and over a metre tall in the past six years.

To corporate America: Stop saying, 'We’ve always done sustainability!'


Only if you have been tracking and decrease emissions from the inception of your company have you always been doing sustainability

AR/VR Simulations for Sustainable, Regenerative, Circular Cities

Speaker: Nik Gowing, Brenda Laurel, Sheridan Tatsuno, Archie Kasnet, and Bruce Armstrong Taylor

Join our amazing panelists, Nik Gowing, Founder at Thinking the Unthinkable and International Broadcaster; Brenda Laurel, PhD, Principal, Neogaian Interactive; Sheridan Tatsuno, Principal, Dreamscape Global; Archie Kasnet, CEO, Regenerative; and Bruce Armstrong Taylor, The Climate 4.0 Project, to discuss how today's AR/VR and related AI-enabled technologies can be effectively applied, using data from such sources as NASA and NOAA, to both improve and accelerate urban sustainability planning and design.

Environmental Awareness Days in December

Green Business Bureau

‘Tis the season to get involved and go green! Make sustainability a core theme this holiday season by celebrating these environmental awareness days in December. World Wildlife Conservation Day – December 4th.

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Renewables are 87% of new U.S. generating capacity so far this year

Renewable Energy World

Washington DC – According to a review by the SUN DAY Campaign of data recently released by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower) dominated new U.S.



The quarter has been devoted to finishing the projects we have started so that before the first of the year our company will be operational with revenue. To that end we have brought on 6 consultants in the disciplines we are pursuing.

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Why we need to invest in female climate entrepreneurs


We can support the development of female entrepreneurs using accelerators and incubators and recruiting more women into the tech and banking sectors

How to Take Advantage of Sustainable Trends in Construction

Green Business Bureau

Sustainable Construction that Builds Competitive Advantage. With consumer demand for green products and services quickly on the rise, the construction and building products industry is looking for ways to manage cost while capitalizing on this new demand. Good news!

How states can collaborate on offshore wind to meet ambitious goals in the U.S.

Renewable Energy World

Follow @EngelsAngle. The offshore wind industry has had no shortage of exciting announcements of late. On Thursday, developers hosted a groundbreaking for the first commercial-scale offshore wind project in the U.S,

S-5! Launches New Solar Product


Introducing the PVKONCEAL


Puerto Rico's once-in-a-lifetime chance to build a clean energy grid


Puerto Rico adopted laws that called for generating 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2050. But FEMA's fossil fuel plans might stymie that progress

How does Alaska’s first electric school bus handle the winter?


How well do electric school buses do in extreme cold? One anecdotal answer comes from Gerald Blackard, co-owner of Tok Transportation, which operates a single electric bus for the Alaska Gateway School District in the small village of Tok in eastern Alaska.

Beneath solar panels, the seeds of opportunity sprout

Renewable Energy World

By Harrison Dreves, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Low-Impact Development of Solar Installations Could Be Win-Win-Win for Food, Water, and Renewable Energy. On a humid, overcast day in central Minnesota, a dozen researchers crouch in the grass between rows of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels.

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2021 Market Roundup: Growing Need of Energy Harvesting System in Coming Future


Increasing the use of remote energy recovery systems to minimize power disruptions, improve the dependability and supplement an electronic system's principal power source in an electronic circuit is mainly due to the expansion of the world energy harvesting system market

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What the great resignation means for sustainability professionals


To retain talent, employers should create a culture of flexibility, belonging and growth

From ambition to biodiversity action: Time to hold actors accountable

Envirotec Magazine

A northern flicker (Colaptes auratus L.), otherwise known as a soaring woodpecker (image credit: Marten Winter, iDiv). Scientists have proposed a framework for effective national-level implementation of global biodiversity goals. The German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) writes.

In win for EV supply chain, U.S.’s first anode plant opens in Tennessee

Renewable Energy World

Follow @EngelsAngle. The U.S.'s s first anode manufacturing facility opened in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Monday, a monumental step to enhance the domestic battery supply chain, as it faces increasing demand from electric vehicle makers.

Thermally conductive adhesives for next generation cell-to-pack configurations: WEBINAR


A new class of thermally conductive adhesives has been developed for directly bonding prismatic battery cells to cooling plates. This lightweight technology not only affords higher energy density in EVs but greatly reduces manufacturing cost and complexity.

What does the future hold for wet markets?


More than a year after the emergence of COVID-19, researchers at Princeton University suggests that an across-the-board ban on wet markets would do more harm than good


A reprieve for mako sharks in the North Atlantic

Envirotec Magazine

Image credit: Elaine Brewer / Unsplash. International fishery managers agree to historic yet potentially short-term ban.

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GE to produce zero waste wind turbine blades by 2030, company says

Renewable Energy World

Follow @EngelsAngle. GE Renewable Energy announced a plan Tuesday to produce zero waste wind turbine blades by 2030.

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American Battery Technology wins $2-million contract for battery recycling program


The United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC) has announced a $2-million lithium-ion recycling development program with American Battery Technology Company (ABTC) in Fernley, Nevada.

How managed retreat from climate change could revitalize rural America


Revisiting the Homestead Act

A new waste market is taking shape in Europe, following COVID-19, says recovery firm

Envirotec Magazine

Some European countries still have few restrictions on what can be landfilled, which means a lot of waste feedstock that is suited to material recycling or energy recovery is currently being landfilled. Kjetil Vikingstad, CEO of resource recovery specialist Geminor , writes.

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Blockchain: Opening doors in the energy sector

Renewable Energy World

By Sarah Casey — Climate Council Portfolio Director. Blockchain is most commonly known as the technology that underpins cryptocurrencies, the most well-known of which is Bitcoin.

American Axle to supply REE Automotive with electric drive units


American Axle will supply REE Automotive with its electric drive units (EDUs). AAM’s 3-in-1 electric drive technology—which incorporates the electric motor, gearbox and inverter into a single package—will be integrated into REEcorner technology.

Decarbonizing homes to address environmental racism


Historic discriminatory housing policies such as redlining have resulted in low-income households being more likely to be situated in areas that are subject to extreme surface heat

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Launch-capable rocket engine tested with plastic from recycling

Envirotec Magazine

A UK company based in Bletchley has developed and tested a high-power chemical rocket engine partly fuelled by plastic waste. Developed by Pulsar Fusion, the rocket is powered by high density polyethylene (HDPE) – from recycled plastic – and nitrous oxide.