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Fashion & Apparel Swedish Power Plant Uses H&M Clothing For Fuel

The fast fashion brand partnered with the plant as part of a transition to end fossil fuel use

Retail Going Green To Revive A Post-Industrial Economy

A German city is turning to a green revival to shake off the coal dust of its industrial past

Delivery & Logistics Replace Your Electricity Bill With A Flat-Rate Subscription To Wind Power

Inspire wants to help customers go green and pay a fixed amount no matter how much they consume

Interview PSFK 2017 Speaker Interview: How To Live A More Meaningful Life

We sat down with PSFK 2017 speaker and No Impact Man Colin Beavan who discussed how you can give back to the world from right where you are

Automotive Micro-Turbine Concept Could Make Electric Vehicles More Viable

The H600 uses a "Golden Combination" power source to deliver long range and low emission driving

Luxury Why We're On The Brink Of A Housing-Like 'Carbon Bubble'

Al Gore calls on companies to 'do their fiduciary duty' and identify carbon risks in their portfolios.

If The Coal Industry Made An Energy Drink, Would You Drink It? [Headlines]

The Renewable Energy Accountability Project made a mock-commercial for a fictional energy drink to highlight the negative effects of coal and coal mining.

Work Mining In The Mountaintops: A Nice View With A Fatal Descent [Headlines]

Mining for coal in the mountaintops is not only to be damaging to the environment but also to human health. But, it does provide steady jobs. Is it really worth it?

Is Biomass The New Coal? [Headlines]

Does burning biomass instead of coal an important piece of the climate solution? Or does it have environmental trade-offs that exceed its benefit?

Advertising Monocolumn: A New Spring In The Steppe

For decades, the term “buffer state” has been invoked as shorthand for Mongolia’s political raison d’être. The country is wedged between two BRICs, and more than 20 Chinese cities each exceed its entire population.

Innovation A Social Media Company Powered By Coal?

Green NGO calls on Facebook to shift towards more sustainable energy resources.

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