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Article ID: 558695

Temple University Leads Survey to Unite Insurers in Covering a Green Economy

Temple University

Temple University’s Fox School of Business and other leading academic institutions have joined with global insurers in a survey sponsored by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative that sheds new light on the industry’s approach to sustainability and climate risks.

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20-Nov-2009 1:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 558756

Dreaming of a Green Christmas?

Ryerson University

Ryerson University expert offers tips on how to enjoy a more environmentally friendly holiday season.

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Article ID: 558773

NIH Awards University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy $1.5 Million for Male Fertility Research

University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)

University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy researcher looks at the adverse effects of environmental toxins on male fertility and disease.

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20-Nov-2009 1:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 558822

The Greening of a Motor Pool

Michigan Technological University

Michigan Technological University's fleet of vehicles is going hybrid.

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20-Nov-2009 1:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 558827

Sustainability, a Strategic Imperative for College Dining Services

Williams College

Sustainability is more than a buzzword within Williams College dining services; it's an imperative. One of the most important ways the college achieves sustainability is by reducing food waste and minimizing resource consumption -- a goal that is written into the department's systems, policies, infrastructure, and building design.

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Article ID: 558843

Williams College Proves "Local" Is Affordable, Dining Services Supports Area Farms While Saving Money

Williams College

On the front door of the Williams College dining services office -- a small grey clapboard house tucked in the middle of the school's campus in bucolic western Massachusetts -- staffers have placed a bumper sticker that reads "No Farms, No Food." It's a message the college takes to heart.

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Article ID: 558858

Mountain Equipment Co-Op Among Top "Green" Retailers Worldwide

Ryerson University

A report by Ryerson University, Canada, highlights best environmental practices of 15 of the top eco-friendly retailers worldwide.

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Article ID: 558867

When It Comes to Imaging Supplies, There is No Excuse for Being Halfway Green

American Toner Service

Businesses of all sizes will be surprised to learn that by purchasing recycled toner cartridges you can help to keep 1.9 billion pounds of waste out of landfills annually while saving up to 50 percent on the cost of printing and imaging supplies annually.

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20-Nov-2009 1:00 PM EST
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Article ID: 558847

Researchers Pioneer New Approach to Assist Scientists, Farmers

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Sustainable farming, initially adopted to preserve soil quality for future generations, may also play a role in maintaining a healthy climate, according to researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge and Los Alamos national laboratories.

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19-Nov-2009 2:40 PM EST
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Article ID: 558832

Developing “Green” Tires That Boost Mileage and Cut Carbon Dioxide Emissions

American Chemical Society (ACS)

A new generation of “green” automobile tires that can boost fuel efficiency without sacrificing safety and durability is rolling their way through the research pipeline. The new tires could help add an extra mile or two per gallon to a car’s fuel economy. That’s the topic of the cover story of the current issue of Chemical & Engineering News, (C&EN) ACS’ weekly newsmagazine.

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19-Nov-2009 12:30 PM EST
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