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- Can forensics tech solve the mystery of supply chain traceability?A pilot coordinated by Fashion for Good and supported by C&A, Kering, PVH and Zalando provides clues for the future of sustainable fashion.
- How Scotts Miracle-Gro uses community gardens to grow neighborhoods, marketsEmpowering communities to design their own gardens amplifies the company's corporate responsibility impact, plus boosts its customer base.
- Methane, manure and a net-zero pledgeBy addressing a gas that can super-charge warming, Dominion Energy is breaking new ground. And its plans hinge on an unusual source of power.
- Leading states have designed new ways to help utilities fight climate changeAn inside look at innovations afoot to manage energy demand in at least 13 states.
- Dow's Jeff Wooster on how circularity fits into the company's greater sustainability strategyJeff Wooster, global sustainability director at Dow, joined GreenBiz Editorial Director Heather Clancy, who hosted the Sidebar, to discuss the company's circular economy goals. Wooster notes that one of the goals is to increase the amount of materials it reclaims to use in its products. Its also working on chemical recycling. "It's really our goal […]
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There is much concern at the present time about the increasing addition of green house gases to the earth’s atmosphere. A prominent greenhouse gas is carbon dioxide. This gas is produced when fossil fuels are burnt to produce energy for driving our automobiles or for producing electricity in power plants. It is believed that increasing addition of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere will result in adverse changes to the earth’s climate such as global warming to the extent that many presently inhabited areas of our planet will become inhabitable. Continue reading
The European Commission adopted a decision confirming provisional findings that average CO2 emissions from new cars in the EU dropped by 3.3% last year. This decision is based on emissions data gathered by the European Environment Agency and verified by car manufacturers.
The average CO2 emissions for the 12.8 million new cars registered in the EU in 2011 was 135.7 grams per kilometre. This is a drop of 4.6g CO2/km compared to 2010 and confirms that car manufacturers are on track to reach the 2015 target of 130g CO2/km. Continue reading
The European Union will maintain its carbon tax imposed on airlines operating in its airspace, despite retaliatory trade measures by China.
As long as an international policy on carbon emissions by airlines is not found, the “EU will stick to its own ETS system”. The carbon tax imposed on airlines by the European Union came into effect on January 1, but carriers will begin receiving bills only in 2013 after this year’s carbon emissions have been assessed. Continue reading
(BRUSSELS) – Europe and the United States headed for confrontation Wednesday after the EU won key legal backing for its proposal to slap carbon emissions charges on all airlines in its airspace from January 1.
The European Union’s top court threw out a bid by US and Canadian airlines to block the introduction of the scheme in a ruling that was warmly welcomed by the bloc but triggered an angry response from Washington. Continue reading