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Modern cargo airships are being designed to carry enormous payloads into disaster zones and other remote areas using minimal fuel. Many are now on the cusp of commercialization

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Renewable fuels are far from perfect, but they are getting cleaner and less expensive to make. Sensing a tipping point on the horizon, the oil industry is pushing back

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Duty to consult is not enough. Indigenous communities, once passive observers of energy projects in motion, are telling the private sector and governments that they're ready to do business as active partners

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Self-meditation techniques aimed at getting present may relieve employee stress, but less certain are the broader effects on people, planet and profit

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Up, up and away

Modern cargo airships are being designed to carry enormous payloads into disaster zones and other remote areas using minimal fuel. Many are now on the cusp of commercialization

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Ethanol at a crossroads

Renewable fuels are far from perfect, but they are getting cleaner and less expensive to make. Sensing a tipping point on the horizon, the oil industry is pushing back

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Clean energy, tribal power

Duty to consult is not enough. Indigenous communities, once passive observers of energy projects in motion, are telling the private sector and governments that they're...

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The mindful corporation

Self-meditation techniques aimed at getting present may relieve employee stress, but less certain are the broader effects on people, planet and profit

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Why big data is going green

Data centres are notorious energy hogs, but more are realizing that energy efficiency and profits go hand in hand

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The LEED question

The U.S. Green Building Council’s popular LEED standards may have hit a 20,000 certified commercial building milestone last december, but can it survive a coordinated...

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Global forest watch

New tool aims to improve monitoring of world's forests

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Steady improvement

Average emissions from newly purchased vehicles reach record low

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Campus greens

University of Nottingham named greenest campus in global university ranking

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Hydrogen hopes

Toyota, Plug Power breathe new life into hydrogen fuel-cell hopes

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