Month: November 2014
Defining zero-carbon: Government’s golden opportunity
Emma Hines, senior manager of sustainable construction at Lafarge Tarmac, argues that the absence of a zero-carbon standard for non-domestic buildings has resulted in uncertainty, due to a lack of legislative clarity and no mandated need to embrace zero carbon.
All eyes on Lima: What to expect from the climate talks
As world governments prepare to descend upon the Peruvian capital to hammer out the components of a global climate deal, edie has rounded up the hopes and expectations of sustainability professionals, industry experts and green groups to find out what would make the Lima negotiations a success for businesses.
Spaceflight sustainability: Houston, we have a (pollution) problem
In the wake of a historic moment in space exploration - the first landing of a robot on a comet - edie got to wondering about the environmental impacts and whether we are destroying the planet by trying to leave its atmosphere so often.
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