LG Recognized for Innovative Ideas - Helping Hospitality Giant Meet Sustainability Goals
BETHESDA, Md., Oct. 11, 201 /3BL Media/ – LG Electronics has been honored with Marriott International’s 2013 Supplier Sustainability Award. The annual award recognizes the Marriott supplier that has made a significant impact on its guests and properties through innovative ideas toward helping Marriott meet its sustainability goals.
TransCanada's Cancarb plant uses waste heat recovery to provide emission-less power for the city of Medicine Hat, Alberta
The students donned their high visibility smocks, safety glasses and gloves, and with that they were ready to tour the plant.
Cancarb had been chosen as an ideal touring site for members of the University of Calgary’s Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy Students’ Association (ISEEESA), a student club that emphasizes the need for a cleaner energy supply, a healthy environment and an efficient economy.
BURLINGTON, VT, October 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ – NativeEnergy, Inc. – Climate change. Two words with deeply varying meaning depending on who you are. Depending on where you live. Depending on the degree to which dramatic changes in weather affect your life. These two words bring with them complex and overwhelming challenges to Indigenous peoples. For some, it means the physical moving of entire communities, the loss of sacred religious sites, the disruption of plants and animals critical for subsistence. Climate change. Two words that mean an end to a people’s way of life.
As the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment initiative begins its annual event in Cape Town on October 1st, its Executive Director Dr. James Gifford considers the sustainability challenges faced by investors in African companies
All this week, we will be recognizing GM employees from across the globe who helped the company achieve the U.S. ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry earlier this year. Without their diligence and commitment to the goal, we wouldn’t be able to tout the fact that 63 plants across the globe have reduced 1.6 million metric tons of CO2 respectively.
Oxford, UK, September 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of the Energy Research & Social Science, a new journal dedicated to examining the relationship between energy systems and society.
Today marks five years from when TransCanada filed its original application in the United States to build the Keystone XL Pipeline. Back in 2008, we had just received a Presidential Permit for our original Keystone Pipeline after a standard regulatory approval process that lasted 21 months. We were able to move forward with putting 9,000 Americans to work building the pipeline that began service in July 2010 and has now safely delivered nearly 500 million barrels of oil from Canada to refineries in the U.S. Midwest.
Conservationists must find common ground with farmers, if they are to achieve their goals of stemming biodiversity loss, says Braulio Dias, the Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
“In the past we have given most of our attention to the traditional conservation strategy of protected areas. But that won’t work on its own. More and more, we at the Convention are highlighting biodiversity as part of the solution to agricultural problems, rather than an impediment to economic development.”