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Canada becomes 160th member of the International Renewable Energy Agency

Canada has become a member of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), a global intergovernmental organization dedicated to the widespread adoption of renewable energy. “The growing green economy is among...
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Seven alternative packaging materials: From mushrooms to seaweed

As plastic waste continues to be an environmental hazard, companies are coming up with alternative packaging materials to combat the global problem Seaweed extract is used to create Ooho’s “edible”...
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Precycle, a zero-waste grocery store, opens in Brooklyn

For many of us, a trip to the grocery store results in a ton of waste, thanks to the mountain of plastic bags and food packaging. But some stores are...
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Potato peels offer a sustainable alternative to traditional building materials

  Many of the typical building materials used in construction — like medium-density fiberboard (MDF) — contain toxic materials and formaldehyde, plus they have a shockingly short lifespan and a...
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World’s Largest Solar + Battery Plant Unveiled in Hawaii

Hawaii has a new, game-changing tool in its renewable energy arsenal. Power producer AES Corporation and the not-for-profit Kaua’i island Utility Cooperative (KIUC) unveiled what’s claimed to be the world’s...
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UK Electricity Generation Falls To 1994 Levels As Renewable Generation Soars

A new analysis from UK-based website Carbon Brief has found that electricity generation in the United Kingdom last year fell to its lowest level since 1994, while at the same time, renewable energy...
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Major supermarket chain is the first in the UK to remove palm oil from all its food

Over half of products in supermarkets contain palm oil, according to United Kingdom (UK) grocery store chain Iceland, and demand is contributing to deforestation. Iceland plans to do something about it by becoming the “first major UK...
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Zero-waste packaging is coming to a freezer aisle near you

This past year, frozen food made a comeback thanks to healthier and tastier options hitting your grocer’s freezer, and the debunking of the myth that fresh is always healthier than...
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SIWI Launches Online Course on Addressing the Global Water Crisis

17 December 2018: The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) will launch a massive open online course (MOOC) on 14 January titled, ‘Water: Addressing the Global Water Crisis.’ Offered in collaboration...
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Where The Clean Tech Jobs Are — Infographic & Interactive Guide

Jobs in clean tech in America are outpacing employment in the fossil fuel sector. According to Clean Jobs Cities, “The Top 50 metro areas for clean jobs now employ 1.8 million...
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Soil Health: The Next Agricultural Revolution

By adopting three practices—no-till farming, cover crops and diverse crop rotations—farmers worldwide can help preserve the world’s soils, feed a growing global population, mitigate climate change and protect the environment....
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Drones, Automation, & Reforestation: How DroneSeed is Keeping Forests Healthy Post-Wildfire

In 2018, a new definition of ‘natural disaster’ was ushered in, with wildfires reaching an intensity never seen before. Climate change is bringing about a new reality in which increasingly...
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