In 2016, global renewable energy production capacity rose by 8.7 percent. In the same year, the world’s new solar energy capacity was at 71 gigawatts (GW). Wind energy and hydropower had 51 GW and 31 GW of new capacity, respectively. Read More
For South Australia, the stress of a statewide blackout last fall prompted two major purchases in the grid-time equivalent of the blink of an eye. Read More
In-house sustainable sourcing programs may offer more benefits to large food companies and retailers than third-party standards such as Certified Organic or Fairtrade, according to Ecovia Intelligence. Read More
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The group of strangely colored canines was first spotted on August 11, 2017, prompting locals to complain to the local pollution control board. Read More
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