As the economy begins to rebound—holiday spending was up 9.2 percent—and the impacts of climate-related weather events like Hurricane Sandy continue to reverberate throughout the affected... [more]
The U.S. has seen dramatic growth in renewable energy in recent years. In 2011, renewable energy consumption increased 13.8% according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. ... [more]
The 2012 BOMA (Building Operators and Managers Association) Every Building Conference & Expo was held in Seattle this year from June 24-26. BOMA brought together a vast array of real... [more]
Regardless of your opinion on whether Rio +20 sustainability conferences last month were successful, it was music to environmentalists’ ears when the UK’s Deputy Minister Nick... [more]
By: Suzanne Pletcher This year is the 10th anniversary of the Energy Star Home Program, and the EPA brand is taking a giant step forward by pushing home sweet home’s comfort and... [more]
Recently I worked with a supplier who asked me the following, very genuine question:Why is my buyer asking me to conduct a greenhouse gas inventory? I don’t have any... [more]
Part Two of our series on workplace environmental safety and health focuses on the increasing dangers of driving while distracted.
The National Safety Council promotes April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and while this may be a topic most of us associate with teens and other irresponsible... [more]
The past hundred years has seen a drastic change in the way we grow, harvest, transport, and consume food all of which are affecting the health of our planet and ourselves. Learn more in this blog.
This week, I’m rejoicing that spring is finally here and so are longer, warmer days. Already my thoughts have turned to high summer and leisurely... [more]
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