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  • How the U.S. Army approaches net zero energy

    How the U.S. Army approaches net zero energy
    The U.S. Army needs to be at net zero, says Kristine Kingery, director of energy security and sustainability policy for the military. "How can we go with the 'N' state?" she asked in a conversation during VERGE Hawaii 17. "In the army, everything has to be tied back to readiness." She discusses how operating on renewable energy is mission critical for the U.S. Army, why energy independence is critical for the nation's security and how collaborations help get there.
  • Why 'cap and trade' is still the main way to price emissions

    Why 'cap and trade' is still the main way to price emissions
    California has extended its system to price carbon, an initiative that has inspired significant emissions cuts, after building bipartisan support. So far, the idea has sprung up in 50 jurisdictions around the world.
  • Coaching the C-suite in profitable sustainability

    Coaching the C-suite in profitable sustainability
    Providing vision and instilling accountability behind competitive sustainable business goals should be a continuous process, not a quarterly exercise.
  • Tesla is mapping the future of mobility

    Tesla is mapping the future of mobility
    From influencing Volvo to GM, how one car company launched a thousand rides to a sustainable future.
  • Miami makes solar mandatory for new houses

    Miami makes solar mandatory for new houses
    The South Miami City Commission in a 4-1 vote approved a law requiring solar panels to be installed on all new homes built in the city.
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  • GE, Invenergy build wind farm in Oklahoma, biggest in the U.S.

    GE, Invenergy build wind farm in Oklahoma, biggest in the U.S.
    (Reuters) - Power development company Invenergy LLC and General Electric Co on Wednesday announced plans to build the largest wind farm in the United States in Oklahoma, part of a $4.5 billion project to provide electricity to 1.1 million utility customers in the region.
  • Canada top court rules for aboriginals on seismic testing permits

    Canada top court rules for aboriginals on seismic testing permits
    OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's top court on Wednesday handed aboriginals a partial victory on the need to be consulted on resource projects, throwing out permits to conduct seismic testing for oil and gas in the north but dismissing a separate attempt to quash changes to an Enbridge Inc pipeline.
  • Electric cars win? Britain to ban new petrol and diesel cars from 2040

    Electric cars win? Britain to ban new petrol and diesel cars from 2040
    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2040 in an attempt to reduce air pollution that could herald the end of over a century of reliance on the internal combustion engine.
  • Crews gain ground against Montana wildfire, largest in U.S.

    Crews gain ground against Montana wildfire, largest in U.S.
    (Reuters) - Fire crews gained ground on Tuesday against a nearly week-old wildfire that has torched more than two dozens buildings and charred hundreds of square miles of Montana prairie and is currently the biggest fire burning in the United States.
  • Japanese companies plan hydrogen supply chain project

    Japanese companies plan hydrogen supply chain project
    TOKYO (Reuters) - A consortium of Japanese companies plans to launch what it says is world's first hydrogen supply chain demonstration project, part of the country's goal of becoming a "hydrogen society".