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An inclement weather incident knocked an estimated 109 shipping containers off a boat headed towards Canada.
This Founder Was Dismayed by Food Waste in the Restaurant Industry, So She Started a Zero-Waste Grocery Line That Now Caters Events for Nike
An experienced chef by trade, Camilla Marcus noticed a disconnect between sustainability and the food industry — so she set out to change the way we farm, eat and browse grocery aisles.
Gap claims the Snap-T fleece is a redesigned item from the company's archive.
The automaker will begin charging drivers of its electric cars a yearly subscription fee to accelerate faster.
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This environmentally-friendly form of interment is now legal in five states.
Upside Foods still requires additional approval from the Agriculture Department' to begin sales to consumers.
Despite inflation—or maybe because of it—electric vehicles have had a 66% increase in sales from last year.
One man said he earned $64,000 a year with this trick.
Whether you want to go solar, electrify your company vehicles, or make building more efficient, new government money can help companies take part in the green revolution.
In a major announcement, the billionaire former New York City mayor unveiled a plan to close down most coal plants in developing countries.
The pristine parcel sits along, er, below the coveted Intercoastal Waterway in Boca Raton.
The richest man in the world has placed an order for a Gulfstream G700, adding to his impressive fleet of four jets.
The oil company's billion-dollar earnings come as people around the world are struggling with the rising cost of living, including high gas prices.
Much of the waste caused by 600 million tons of candy produced every year ends up in landfills. Here's why.