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The Hill
Wall Street places its energy betswhere people thought it would be.” Still, a January study from Bloomberg New E
Wall Street places its energy bets
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
where people thought it would be.” Still, a January study from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, done in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Program, found that $329 billion was invested in clean energy in 2015, an all-time high and nearly... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Global trash problem reaches crisis levelper year. The more urbanized and industrialized a country becomes, the more tr
Global trash problem reaches crisis level
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 7 days ago
per year. The more urbanized and industrialized a country becomes, the more trash it produces, Ijjasz-Vasquez said. The United Nations Environment Program predicts the amount of waste will probably double in lower-income African and Asian cities... Read more
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Business Wire
Victoria B. Mars, Chairman of the Board, Mars, Inc., to accept the Holland on the Hill Heineken Award on April 21in the global business landscape, having worked at Bloomberg Businessweek, the
Victoria B. Mars, Chairman of the Board, Mars, Inc., to accept the Holland on the Hill Heineken Award on April 21
Business Wire / Posted 16 days ago
in the global business landscape, having worked at Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, Maclean’s, and the United Nations Environment Program. “We are very impressed by Ms. Mars’ smart business sense and her passion to make the... Read more
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DW
Bleaching and choking - it's hard being a coral in Hawaii |change warms up the oceans and makes seawater more acidic - two conditions that
Bleaching and choking - it's hard being a coral in Hawaii |
DW / Posted 29 days ago
change warms up the oceans and makes seawater more acidic - two conditions that are hitting corals hard. According to the United Nations Environment Program, one-fifth of the world's total reef area has already been lost. A further 15 percent is... Read more
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TribLIVE
Roundup: Alcoa CEO’s compensation fell 4% last year; Developing world overtakes West in renewables investments; moreenergy reached a record $286 billion last year. For the first time the developi
Roundup: Alcoa CEO’s compensation fell 4% last year; Developing world overtakes West in renewables investments; more
TribLIVE / Posted 1 months ago
energy reached a record $286 billion last year. For the first time the developing world accounted for the majority. The United Nations Environment Program on Thursday said renewable investments in developing countries jumped 19 percent to $156... Read more
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Salon.com
Developing world overtakes West in renewables investmentsenergy reached a record $286 billion last year. For the first time the developi
Developing world overtakes West in renewables investments
Salon.com / Posted 1 months ago
energy reached a record $286 billion last year. For the first time the developing world accounted for the majority. The United Nations Environment Program on Thursday said renewable investments in developing countries jumped 19 percent to $156... Read more

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