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Georgia is paving the way for a high-tech, sustainable highway

By John R. Quain
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If you want to see what the highway of the future might look like, then you only need to drive down to Georgia.

How The Ray Is Building a Greener Highway

An environmental experiment along 18 miles of Georgia highway helps bring eco-friendly technology to pavement across the country.
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The Ray, an environmental experiment along 18 miles of Georgia highway helps bring eco-friendly technology to pavement across the country.

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The Ray, an environmental experiment along 18 miles of Georgia highway helps bring eco-friendly technology to pavement across the country.

Kinross Releases 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report

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Kinross Gold Corporation is pleased to present its 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report, a comprehensive and transparent account of the Company’s health and safety, socio-economic, community and workforce engagement, ethical conduct and environmental performance across its global operations.

Booz Allen Interns Apply Data Analytics to Enhance Traffic Safety

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More than 40,000 people die each year in the U.S. in traffic collisions—whether driving, bicycling, walking, using a wheelchair, or riding transit. The Vision Zero strategy is working to change that. By mapping traffic corridors where high numbers of people are killed or injured—called a high injury network (HIN)—communities can help reduce cycling and pedestrian deaths.

Science for a Cleaner, Healthier World

Johnson Matthey launches next phase of sustainable business framework, including ambitious new target to double positive impact of its products by 2025
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Johnson Matthey launches next phase of sustainable business framework, including ambitious new target to double positive impact of its products by 2025

Johnson Matthey, the global leader in science that makes the world cleaner and healthier, has set out its ambitious new sustainable business framework to drive growth and value creation in its latest annual report: matthey.com/ar-18

Using Roads to Make Power and Toilet Paper

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A highway in Georgia is being used as an experiment to try out alternative uses for roads.

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A highway in Georgia is being used as an experiment to try out alternative uses for roads.

Driving Decisions With Data Dashboards: Cleaning up the Core of the Big Apple

Harnessing the power of data throughout the project life cycle
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Across Tetra Tech’s markets, nearly all clients share the need for actionable information that can drive decision making. Big data began bursting onto the scene some 25 years ago, inundating our information-hungry clients with megabytes and gigabytes of facts and figures that soon became a flood of petabytes and zettabytes. Managers thirsty for relevant intelligence were drowning in oceans of data, wondering what was important, what was essential, and what was urgent information.

Summer Food Safety Tips

Food safety expert Dr. Ruth Petran shares advice for summer meals
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Summer eating is wonderful – from grilling in your backyard to picking fresh vegetables at the farmers’ market to camping cookouts – there’s so much to enjoy. Don’t ruin your summer fun with a foodborne illness. Here are five tips from Dr. Ruth Petran, Ecolab food safety expert, to keep your food safe this summer:

1.  Firing up the grill? Cook your meats to the proper temperatures:

GRI Standards Update: Leading Reporting Practice in Occupational Health and Safety Management, and Water Stewardship

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Continued degradation of environmental resources and failing to provide safe and healthy working environments globally have put water and OHS high on the global agenda, and are relevant to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Credible and actionable information about organizations’ impact on society and the environment is more important now than it has ever been, and sustainability reporting must also reflect the changes in how we understand problems and how we think about solutions.  ​

Experimental Solar Road in Georgia Is Paving a New Way

By Monica Medina and Miro Korenha
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The first solar roadway in the U.S. debuted on an 18-mile stretch of I-85 in southwestern Georgia.  It's called the Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, and the asphalt is a living laboratory now known as The Ray -- it offers a vision of how highways could look and function in the future.

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