Many young people are passionate about sustainability and they want their work to reflect that. Some companies are creating positions with titles like, “Chief Sustainability Officer” but those jobs are rarely entry level and not every company is doing that. The New Sustainability Institute at Virginia Tech is working to bridge that employment gap for
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EPA has announced a $26 million funding opportunity for the Clean Diesel Funding Assistance Program. The Program is soliciting proposals nationwide for projects that achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions in terms of tons of pollution produced by diesel engines and diesel emissions exposure, particularly from fleets operating in areas designated by the Administrator as
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The Green Resource Center for Alabama released its 2015 Green Progress Report this week, highlighting nearly 100 examples of environmental projects and sustainability initiatives throughout the state.
The 2015 report highlights the work of individuals, businesses and non-profit groups in nine categories: Land Conservation and Preservation; Environmental Education; Energy Efficiency; Transportation; Recycling and
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University of North Carolina (UNC) Athletics released its sustainability report, highlighting environmental efforts throughout campus, including a university-wide 12 percent increase in collected recycling materials. North Carolina-based Unifi, Inc. (NYSE: UFI), makers of REPREVE®, teamed up with Carolina in 2014 to raise awareness among students, faculty, fans and
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In the latest P2 Impact column, Cyrus Philbrick of the Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC) and Laura Barnes of the Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Center (GLRPPR) write about the long-term impact of pollution prevention intern programs, both on the students and companies that participate. This column along with previous P2 Impact columns
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In 2014, 84% of the 25 billion pounds of toxic chemical waste managed at the nation’s industrial facilities was not released into the environment due to the use of preferred waste management practices like recycling, energy recovery and treatment, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) annual Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) report. The remaining
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As Director of the West Virginia University Energy Institute, Professor Brian Anderson, a chemical engineer, has for the past 4 years been leading a team at Western Virginia University (WVU) as they work on the geothermal resources under our feet.
Anderson points out that West Virginia is a regional hotspot when it comes to geothermal
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by Lindsay Hickman at myhorrynews.com In November, Coastal Carolina was aiming for zero … zero waste, that is, during its final home game against Kennesaw State.
It was all part of CCU office of sustainability’s inaugural Zero Waste GameDay, which was highly successful.
CCU has always made sustainability a priority on campus, said sustainability coordinator
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In the most recent P2 Impact column on GreenBiz, Jean Ponzi, green resources manager at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s EarthWays Center, explains how businesses and event planners in St. Louis are seizing the business opportunities embedded in the trend toward zero waste.
Read Jean Ponzi’s article in GreenBiz about the city’s efforts.
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