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These ‘Lego’ houses take a few days to build and are completely carbon-neutral

Not much has changed when building homes in the US. Dozens of workers show up at a dirt lot. Tons of materials are delivered. Crews hammer, pour, and nail them...
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Rethinking food packaging can dent the plastic pollution crisis

Looking at the contents of the average grocery cart, it is no surprise that the World Economic Forum warns that there will be more plastic than fish by weight in oceans by 2050....
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Energy firms plan UK’s first carbon-neutral ‘industrial cluster’

Humber drive aims to shrink carbon footprint of UK’s most polluting industrial zone.  The Drax power station in North Yorkshire. Drax is part of an alliance of companies leading the...
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Seaweed Farming Could Help Battle Climate Change

Seaweed. It’s the bane of swimmers, and can ruin a nice day at the beach. But harvesting the aquatic plant could play a role in mitigating the effects of climate change....
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H&M, VF Corp. Ditch Brazilian Leather Over Amazon Rainforest Fires

The Swedish fashion retailer and the company behind brands like Vans and Timberland said they’re banning leather from Brazil over environmental concerns. As Brazil’s cattle industry comes under increased scrutiny...
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Medellín will have 65 electric buses in service by the end of the year, making it the second-largest electric bus fleet in Latin America.

An Increasingly Urbanized Latin America Turns to Electric Buses

From Colombia to Argentina, major cities in Latin America are starting to adopt electric bus fleets. In a region with the highest use of buses per person globally, officials believe...
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7 Amazon Rainforest Countries Sign Pact to Come Together in Response to Wildfires

Seven Amazon countries signed a pact Friday to protect the world’s largest tropical rainforest in response to the record-breaking number of wildfires that have blazed through the Amazon rainforest this summer, Reuters reported. Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Peru...
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How an impact investment firm co-founder sees the future of capitalism

A full five years ago, the CAPROCK Group surpassed $1 billion in impact-oriented assets under management. In the process, the firm committed its own resources to field building. It seeded and anchored...
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New method for detecting microplastics beneath our feet

Researchers from CRC CARE have developed a new method to detect microplastics in the ground using infrared light and powerful visualisation software. Dr. Megharaj Mallavarapu says that this research fills...
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Amazon countries seal pact against destruction of rainforest

Countries of South America’s Amazon region on Friday announced measures for its preservation following devastating wildfires and growing concern over the destruction of the world’s biggest rainforest. The seven countries...
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Experts say adapting to climate change can pay off manifold

Experts say adapting to climate change can pay off manifold

A group of leaders from business, politics and science have called for a massive investment in adapting to climate change over the next decade, arguing it would reap significant returns...
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Green Bonds from Telecom Sector Total Nearly $3B in First Half, with More to Come

The telecom sector is increasingly active in the green bond market, with three companies – Telefonica, Verizon, and Vodafone – having issued green bonds in the first half of 2019....
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