Monday, September 26, 2011

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2011 Issue 95

The strategist who is unconcerned by sustainability is akin to an architect who cares not whether their building…
350Green To Add 400 More EV Charging Stations Across U.S.
We’re Poisoning the Oceans and It Threatens Our Food (with bonus video)
Discovery in Insect Skin Could Lead to Chemical Free Insecticides
Keystone pipeline lobbyist works all the angles with former colleagues
First Light: Team New Zealand’s Solar Decathlon House Puts an Innovative Twist on the Basics ~Inhabitat
Will being an eco-warrior make a difference?
Copper Mine Threatens Ancient Afghan Monastery - Statues at the Mes Aynak site. Photo: Nikki Diana Marquardt. Used
Doubts raised about giant shale gas find in England ~Reuters
110-year-old Net Zero Energy Historic Renovation Preserving History - Protecting Our Future
President Obama upsets many by canceling Environmental Rules:
Atlas error overstates Greenland’s (still significant!) ice loss
Walgreens is Going Solar
Were the Romans the First Environmentalists?
Twirling for Power: New Offshore Turbine Design Can Store Energy
EDF Climate Corps Fellows Find $650 Million Worth of Operational Cost Savings
Biofuels from the Sea Seaweed May Prove a Viable Future Biofuel ~
MacArthur Genius Will Allen shows us the future of urban agriculture
New study shows thinning forests for biomass is not a climate win-win
Partisans Rev Up for Keystone XL Hearings ~NYTimes
EcoDistricts find an audience at GreenBuild International conference
Biodiversity Convention signs Memorandum of Understanding with UN-Habitat
Engineers: We have all the tech we need to cut carbon
Recycled paper takes about 60% less energy and water to make than new paper.
Secrets of Chief Sustainability Officers
LG to Invest $6.7B in Solar, EV batteries, LEDs and Water Treatment
Texas professors have a laugh at Perry's climate ignorance
Grid Visualization Efforts Helped Heal After Hurricane

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