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  1. Cities Can Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions Far Beyond Their Urban Borders

    Greenhouse gas emissions caused by urban households’ purchases of goods and services from beyond city limits are much bigger than previously thought. These upstream emissions may occur anywhere in the world and are roughly equal in size to the total emissions originating from a city’s own territory, a new study shows

  2. Aclima Launches Insights From California Air Quality Measurement And Mapping Project With Google

    Only 12% of people living in cities that measure and report on air quality reside in areas that meet World Health Organization air quality guidelines. Many areas, however, lack any form of air quality measurement

  3. Sterling And Wilson Expands Its Solar EPC Footprint In Australia

    Sterling and Wilson, one of the dominant global forces in the solar-PV space, has further strengthened its global presence with the recent announcement of expansion into Australia market

  4. $28.8M To Lower Hospital Costs, Reduce Water Use In Oil Industry Operations, And Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    The Kaye Edmonton Clinic and the Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital will be test sites for a project looking to improve the efficiency of large commercial buildings, reducing GHG emissions and energy costs

  5. Ryder Places First Medium-Duty Electric Vehicle Order With Chanje Energy And Begins To Roll Out Charging Stations

    Ryder System, Inc., a leader in commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions, announced recently it has started to take delivery of 125 medium-duty electric panel vans, the first of their kind in North America, now available for lease or rent

  6. Thomson Reuters Launches Latest Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report

    Thomson Reuters today released its report, Global 250 Greenhouse Gas Emitters: A New Business Logic, in tandem with the United Nation's flagship emissions gap report. Both reports were released in advance of the upcoming Climate Change Conference (COP 23)

  7. Evoqua Water Technologies Announces Pricing Of Initial Public Offering

    Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. (“Evoqua Water Technologies” or the “Company”) recently announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 27,777,777 shares of its common stock at a public offering price of $18.00 per share.

  8. The Hartford Recognized For Sustainability Efforts, Environmental Stewardship

    The Hartford has been recognized for its leadership status by the CDP, formerly called the Carbon Disclosure Project, and has been named to the 2017 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI)

  9. Fleet Managers To Get Chance To Be First To See Historic Reduction In Fuel Use And Emissions

    American Plasma Energy Group (APEG) announced today that it will formally introduce the fleet vehicle world to the system that is going to help them reduce emissions and save fuel expense

  10. Cabot Corporation To Acquire Tech Blend

    Cabot Corporation entered into an agreement to purchase Tech Blend, a leading North American producer of black masterbatches, for approximately $64M, company officials announced recently