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Increasing Recycling Rather Than Just Supporting It


America Recycles Day is upon us, but does America recycle? Studies overwhelmingly reveal that Americans support recycling. Unfortunately, support for recycling doesn’t always translate into action. 
So, what is holding consumers back from recycling more? Find out on our newest blog post at Ideas Unpacked.

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Carnival Corporation Recognised for Environmental Excellence


Three of Carnival’s brands, Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises, which regularly visit the Port of Seattle, were all praised for their environmental stewardship and programs that go above and beyond regulations and industry standards.

To read more about the awards on Ship Efficiency Review, click here. 

Green Cruise Ships Multiply, Help Save Planet


Recent news from Carnival Corporation detailed new ships coming out that will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG), a first in the cruise industry. 

The Future of Sustainable Design


The next step in sustainable production is the circular economy, says founder and editor Starre Vartan. That means leaving behind today’s make, use, dispose model to create products transparently and with less impact. Such products will be built to last, but can be transformed, recovered or even used to improve the environment at the end of their life.

Ceres and the PRI Join Forces to Tackle Tropical Deforestation

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MARRAKECH/LONDON/BOSTON, November 11, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Ceres and the PRI announced today a new partnership to tackle widespread, global deforestation driven by escalating production of beef, soy and timber, focusing initially on South America.  Through a new, joint investor group, the two organizations will support global institutional investors pressing food and timber companies to eliminate deforestation and other related concerns, including forced labor and land rights disputes from their supply chains.

Why This Dead Patch of Grass Is a Good Thing


Around Boise, Idaho, locals have plenty to say these days about HP and the look of its local campus—and they’re not happy about it. The landscaping, they say, looks neglected. The grass is dying, everything is turning brown, and HP doesn’t seem to be doing anything about it.

In one sense, they’re right. HP is allowing things to die off. But it’s not due to neglect. Instead, the campus greenery is withering away for the sake of innovation and environmental responsibility. And, soon, things will look much better.

Regulators Examining Whether Performance-Based Incentives Could Be the Key to a Modernized Grid


Utility regulators in some U.S. states are considering the adoption of performance-based regulation to replace the traditional cost of service regulation.

Norfolk Southern | Saving Energy and Costs

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Eight years ago, Norfolk Southern launched a plan to upgrade energy efficiencies at offices and facilities across its 22-state system, a huge undertaking involving hundreds of locations. One key project in 2015 included an energy overhaul of its operations headquarters in Atlanta. The initiative earned NS more than $20,820 in rebates through Georgia Power’s Commercial Energy Efficiency program.

VIDEO | Original HP Ink Contains 50% Recycled Materials

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HP Ink outperforms the competition and reduces waste. In fact, HP has made over 2.5 billion ink cartridges from recycled materials.

Click here to learn more about how HP designs with the environment in mind.


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