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Shari's Café & Pies uses Ecova's energy and utility management services to cut water consumption.
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The Real Food Challenge is drumming up support from major companies -- and improving campus food for the better.
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The U.K. supermarket giant announced figures for the first time as countries pledge to measure and curb global food waste.
The automaker is refurbishing parts and using green energy as part of its company-wide resource strategy.
The world throws away 1.3 billion pounds of food every year. That's more greenhouse gas emissions than all but two of the world's nations.
The company's Ralphs/Food 4 Less division is using biogas to power a California distribution center.