Top Ten Natural And Built Environments from 5/19/2017 to 5/24/2017

GreenBiz.com
5/18/2017

Johnson Controls, Mahindra cash in on energy productivity
One year into EP100, 12 companies pledged to double their energy productivity and make their resources go a mile further.
EcoInternet
5/20/2017

Environment didn t work
Times of Malta: Another survey has reconfirmed that corruption is the big issue for voters in this election. This also emerged at the University debate

Surficial geology, Banks Island, south, Northwest Territories, NTS 97-H, 98-A, parts of 88-B, 97-G, 98-B
Geological Survey of Canada. Geological Survey of Canada, Canadian Geoscience Map 133, Prelim., surficial data model v.2.2 conversion, 2017; 1 sheet, doi:10.4095/299871
EcoInternet
5/17/2017

12 Factors That Will Limit Chevy Bolt Sales In The US (Part 2)
CleanTechnica: The Chevrolet Bolt is off to a respectable start in terms of US sales, but will it become America’s top-selling green car?
Macleans
5/17/2017

Canada is a federation of frenemies—and pipeline politics prove it
Pipes and tanks are seen behind a barbed wire fence at the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain facility in Edmonton, Alta., Thursday, April 6, 2017. (Jonathan Hayward/CP) On Tuesday, Alberta premier Rachel Notley lashed out at politicians in British Columb

Bill Would Mandate Time and a Half Pay on Emancipation Day
Sen. Positive Nelson speaks at hearing on his Emancipation Week proposal. (Photo by Barry Leerdam, provided by the V.I. Legislature) The territory may celebrate June 26-July 3 as Emancipation Week, with an annual proclamation from the governor and v
Seatle Times
5/19/2017

Oil company watches over pregnant polar bear under bridge
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A pregnant polar bear seeking to dig her maternity den chose an unlikely spot: a snow drift along a bridge leading to an artificial production island off the north coast of Alaska. As a threatened species, polar bears are en
Greener Ideal
5/19/2017

Tackling Food Waste Starts in Your Kitchen Infographic
At one point or another, all of us have had to throw food away – and it’s never a good feeling. Not just because it ends up being a waste of money, but because it’s a waste of resources. All of the food in your household has a carbon foo
EcoInternet
5/19/2017

Premonitions of a Florida Ravaged by Climate Change
The New Yorker: Carolyn Kormann discusses “The Sea in the Darkness Calls,” by the photographer Bryan Thomas, a rumination on Florida’s future under climate change
EcoInternet
5/20/2017

Pope to talk immigration, climate change in Wenders documentary
Today: Pope Francis will offer his thoughts to the camera in a new documentary by Oscar-nominated director Wim Wenders, its backers have announced
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