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Faced with four years of deep drought that revealed significant vulnerabilities in its water supply, Los Angeles intends to capture stormwater as an important new source of […]

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After a year of drought, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires, it may seem obvious that politicians (those people who are supposed to look after us! – maybe a […]

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How green are the Olympics?

On August 3, 2012 By

This blog is not renowned for quoting articles from the UK politically conservative right.  However this article points out that in fact we have done a good job! […]

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Evaluating sustainability

On December 19, 2011 By

All human endeavours have an impact on our environment, our society and our economy. We can measure these impacts by evaluating a projects ‘sustainability’.

The word ‘sustainable’ is […]

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BEIJING – Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Tuesday that China will make the utmost efforts to promote green growth and curb pollution.

“Green growth focuses on energy conservation, […]

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Our population is rising while our ability to sustain life on Earth is shrinking – we must change before nature does it for us. Read more…

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Why buildings matter

On July 16, 2011 By

Making homes and offices more efficient and sustainable has a direct impact on our environment and the way we live.

Winston Churchill once said: “We shape our buildings; […]

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A new law that is being debated in Bolivia is expected to pave the way for the government of President Evo Morales to ensure 

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