Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The Sustainability Journal Vikram R Chari Volume 2012 Issue 31

Can a Prius increase global warming? - The Christian Science Monitor
Md. governor lobbies lawmakers for offshore wind - RealClearPolitics
Climate change increases risk of storm surges, according to MIT study - Boston Globe
What does the USDA seal of approval mean when it's stamped on your food?
Ban Ki-moon outlines 5 steps business can take to advance sustainability:
Should we shift from 'Sustainable' to 'Regenerative'?
Why Corporate Fat Cats Love Ethical Consumerism
How the Military Uses Green Tech to Save Soldiers' Lives
Strategic Sustainability Consulting (SSC) Releases 2011 Sustainability Report:
The Fight to Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline Continues
GreenTouch & TIA to Showcase Network Innovations in Green ICT at TIA 2012 ...
The Effect of Chlorofluorocarbons on the Ozone Layer
Humans helped wipe out African rainforest
Wind power's hope for a near-term extension of key tax credit "nearly extinguished"…
Michael Pollan - Check out this cool animation of a talk I gave in UK about how to feed the world sustainably.
Smart Grid - Itron Buys SmartSynch: Itron, North America’s biggest smart meter maker, is buying cellular smart meter leader...
Did you know: It’s energy efficient to rebuild old computers; only about 2% of PCs ever find their way to a 2nd user.
Sabre Announces Industry’s First Eco-Certified Hotel Program
Biolite’s Brilliant Camp Stove Converts Waste Heat Into Electricity for USB Gadgets –Inhabitat
Tesla has 500 reservations for the Model X -- but hasn't sold a single vehicle yet
Fukushima Reactor Temperature Surpasses 752 Degrees
Smart Grid - Another big smart grid acquisition Itron Buys SmartSynch for $100M : Greentech Media…
Bill Gates jumps into fray over SEC oil transparency rule -
Smart Grid - Aquamarine Power To Connect Wave Energy Generator To UK National Grid ~Inhabitat
CSR in the Middle East 

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