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Environment

California takes the lead in pushing for “zero emission” buses

It appears that California has made it a habit demanding for smarter, greener, more efficient technologies. It has done so in the past and is now...

Citizens of Rome call for action on Climate Change

Citizens of Rome along with well-wishers of the third planet from the sun, marched in Rome to express their heartfelt gratitude for Pope Francis’...

Grenada takes pro-active steps and rebuilds coral reefs

So as to survive for a better tomorrow Grenada is taking proactive steps to rebuild ecosystems in coral reefs. Coral reefs are vital for the...

The Green Venture Of Recycling By Starbucks

The green business urge has pushed Starbucks into recycling paper cups to reduce environmental damage besides other such commitments. Dailycsr.com –...

Harley-Davidson’s Strategic Move To Environmental Sustainability: “LiveWire” Project

The renowned company of Harley-Davidson introduces its new electric motorcycle that would not leave any carbon footprints. Dailycsr.com – 01 July...

Reynolds Group of Companies Introduce An Unique Recycling Programme

The company of Reynolds launches its “one of a kind” recycling project, which can be availed by any VUSE users. Dailycsr.com – 01 July 2015 – The...

Rise in Global Temperatures could wipe off the Bahamas

For some Global Warming and Climate Change are mere conspiracy theories. For the residents of the Caribbean Nations these ever growing threats which...

Spain attempts to regulate fracking despite environmental devastation and a growing mobilisation against it

Spain is witnessing a growing movement against the usage of fracking in order to extract oil and gas. Although the creation of jobs and the need to...

Special Report on Deep Sea Drilling and Seabed Mining released by RepRisk

RepRisk, a leader in business intelligence, released its special report on deep sea drilling, and seabed mining. RepRisk, a leader in providing...

The Foundry project is the world’s first self-sustained, symbiotic eco-system

The Foundry Project is a hugely exciting endeavour and is the world’s first self-sustained, symbiotic eco-system that houses an underground data...

The United Nations and the World Bank set the deadline for Universal Access to Renewable Energy to 2030.

In order to effectively fight climate change the United Nations and the World Bank have set 2030 as the deadline by which universal access to...

Atlas Copco’s climate goals get UN recognition

Being a world leader in the business of providing sustainable productivity solutions can be quite challenging. Atlas Copco is not only that but it...

The cascading effects of tree logging in the Caribbean

Climate Change and Global Warming are having a major impact on the Caribbean islands. The logging of trees in its forests, the slash and burn method...

Kulera’s sale of Carbon Credits save forests in Africa

Kulera’s sale of carbon credits through an efficient carbon value chain system, has greatly helped protect 455,000 hectares of forests in Africa....
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