Several Scotch whisky producers will trade trucks for trains to ship bottles.
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A three-year trial slashed output from distribution fleets in Sweden by 30 percent.
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Sustainability professor Gail Whiteman describes how the warming Arctic is an “economic time-bomb” -- and how business should react.
Organizers hope to prove that carbon-neutral boats can be a viable shipping method for the 21st century.
The online retailer is missing out on the sustainability potential within its supply chain.
Rolls Royce draws inspiration from the past for tomorrow's hybrid ship, which will combine sails and steam for lower emissions and high efficiency.
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Corporations are cutting transportation costs and capping emissions by making changes, both small and large, to their truck fleets.
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More hotels have water-saving programs and completely smoke-free facilities, and almost half have or are working toward green certification.
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