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Leave no Trace Camping; Green Camping Tips

September 29, 2016 by Sarah Smith

Leave No Trace principals, sometimes shortened to LNT, is a must whether you are car camping or heading far into the backcountry.[read more]

Orlando, FL, approves $1B mixed-use 'agrihood'

September 27, 2016 by Construction Dive

In a 4-2 vote last week, Orange County, FL, commissioners approved development and rezoning plans for The Grow, a $1-billion, mixed-use "agrihood" in Orlando, FL[read more]

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How Can Hong Kong Tackle Its Waste Problem?

September 26, 2016 by William Ng

On a sunny Saturday morning earlier this month, I went on the public tour of the EcoPark with 14 other people from the Green Sustainable Living Meetup group, to find out more about Hong Kong’s waste management and recycling industry.Fully operational in 2007, EcoPark is “Hong Kong's first recycling-business park”. Apart from providing 13...[read more]

A Memorial to a Sad Future

September 23, 2016 by The Dirt ASLA

Climate Chronograph / Erik Jensen and Rebecca SunterThe winner of the Memorials for the Future competition, which was sponsored by the National Park Service, Van Alen Institute, and others, offers a depressing vision: a monument to our collective failure to stave off climate change. Climate Chronograph by Erik Jensen, Assoc. ASLA, and...[read more]

Environmentalists wary of Congress' rush to pass energy bill

September 23, 2016 by Utility Dive

More than a dozen groups have sent a letter to federal lawmakers warning that in a rush to produce an energy bill this session, Congress is still considering several proposals which could trigger pushback from environmentalists or a veto from the White House.[read more]

US government-owned buildings outpace private sector in reducing energy consumption

September 22, 2016 by Construction Dive

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration's Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey, government buildings reduced their energy intensity — or energy consumption per square foot — by 23% between 2003 and 2012, whereas privately owned commercial buildings reduced theirs by only 12% during the same period.[read more]

One year later: Industry navigating uncharted territory to help reach 2030 food waste reduction goal

September 21, 2016 by Waste Dive

One year after the federal government announced a national goal of cutting food waste in half by 2030, the recycling industry is still figuring out how it fits into the equation.[read more]

Growing pains: Hawaii solar sector howls as grid-supply incentives hit caps

September 20, 2016 by Utility Dive

An alternative self-supply program could boost solar-plus-storage, but costs are prohibitive for most Hawaiians[read more]

Survey: Consumers may increase recycling if given more information about the process

September 15, 2016 by Waste Dive

A recent survey found that residents might increase their participation in local recycling programs if they know more about where the material is going and what it is being used to make.[read more]

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Factory as a Forest - What Hong Kong can learn from Interface

September 14, 2016 by William Ng

Blog post by William Ng on an event hosted by Interface Inc. Hong Kong on the 9th September 2016. Speaker Erin Meezan (VP Sustainability) discussed Interface's sustainability journey, from Mission Zero to Net-Works to Climate Take Back.[read more]

Trading in Energy: What the Stock Market Tells Us About Sustainable Development

September 13, 2016 by Anna Johansson

How can we predict the course of energy’s future, both for our planet’s sake and for our own potential investments, profits, and utility choices?[read more]

Mutual needs, mutual challenges: How corporate PPAs are remaking the renewables sector

September 7, 2016 by Utility Dive

Large companies want renewables and developers are eager to sell. The consequences for utilities could be immense[read more]