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  1. Charlotte Water Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions With Renewable Diesel

    Charlotte Water, the largest public water and wastewater utility in the Southeast, is expanding its commitment to environmental sustainability with a pilot project to run dozens of its vehicles on cleaner-burning renewable diesel produced by Renewable Energy Group (REG)

  2. Tetra Tech Wins $48M USAID Global Marine Pollution Prevention Contract

    Tetra Tech, Inc. announced recently that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded the Company a $48M contract to reduce and prevent the global pollution of marine debris in our oceans.

  3. Dropps, Innovator In Sustainable Cleaning Products, Partners With Oceana, Leader In Protecting The World's Oceans, To Prevent Single-Use Plastic Pollution At The Source

    Dropps, a leader in eco-responsible cleaning products, today announces a partnership with Oceana — the international organization focused on protecting the world's oceans — with a mission to make prevention the cure by addressing the issue of plastic pollution at the source

  4. Carbon Engineering Expanding Capacity Of Its Commercial Direct Air Capture Plant To Provide Negative Emissions To Customers

    Canadian clean energy company, Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), today announced it is expanding the capacity of the design for its first commercial Direct Air Capture (DAC) plant, to enable corporate customers to permanently remove carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the atmosphere

  5. New Industrial Drying System Promises To Save Water And Reduce Energy Use By 65 Percent

    Today, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and Gas Technology Institute (GTI) announced they have successfully demonstrated a new industrial drying technology that uses far less energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and saves money

  6. vCom Solutions Receives California Green Business Certification

    vCom Solutions, a leader in IT lifecycle management software and services, announced today it has achieved a Green Business Certification from the California Green Business Network

  7. Nestlé Accelerates Action To Tackle Climate Change And Commits To Zero Net Emissions By 2050

    Nestlé recently announced its ambition to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. It embraces the most ambitious aim of the Paris Agreement, to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C

  8. EPA Recognizes Green Energy Solutions For Leading Green Power Use

    Green Energy Solutions, LLC announced today that it recently joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership

  9. Western Siberian Rivers And Lakes Emit Greenhouse Gases Into The Atmosphere

    Warmer climate and thawing of permafrost increase greenhouse gas emissions from West Siberian rivers and lakes. This is shown by Svetlana Serikova in her dissertation, which she defends on September 27 at Umeå University

  10. AEP Accelerates Carbon Dioxide Emissions Reduction Target

    American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) is cutting carbon dioxide emissions faster than anticipated and has revised its 2030 reduction target to 70 percent from 2000 levels