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The professional league fears that a warming world may leave young hockey players holding the stick.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative makes the argument that logging the longleaf pine is better than leaving it alone.
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A U.N. ambassador calls for a revolutionary approach to managing our "global commons," including waterways from the Nile to the Thames.
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U.K. supermarkets Sainsbury announces that one English store is now powered entirely by biogas.
As the push toward integrated financial and sustainability reporting accelerates, materiality is at the heart of disclosing ESG risks.
Hiring practices, wage policies and affordable, quality products that meet the needs of low-income populations can influence this unrelenting social issue.
USGBC's latest enhancement to the LEED real estate standard encourages both ambition and accountability for everyone from investors to occupants.
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Technology is only one part of the puzzle. Greening urban centers also literally can mean making their streets leafier and cooler.
The U.S., despite its technological prowess, might be falling behind other nations.
54 percent of organizations provide updates throughout the year and other findings from the CSR reporting survey.
Colombia's capital has spent over 15 years improving bus transportation and bike and pedestrian paths. Voters love the car-free days.
Nike and Adidas are turning to this new tech. Yet major questions remain as to what can turn the tide to reduce pollution in the textile industry.
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