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Climate Change Stops Climate Study

Arctic Climate Change Study Canceled Due To Climate Change Jessica Wapner, June 15, 2017 (Newsweek via Wired Magazine) “…[The highly anticipated voyage of Canadian Arctic expedition vessel CCGS Amundsen to monitor and understand theShow More Summary

Survey Shows Millennials Back New Energy Boom

Deloitte says millennials are driving solar expansion Frank Andorka, June 17, 2017 (PV Magazine) “Despite both overt and covert hostility to renewable energy at the federal level, a recent study found 37% of consumers say increasing solar is their No. Show More Summary

Drinking Water From The Sun

These Solar Panels Generate Drinking Water From the Air Rich Demuro, June 12, 2017 (KTLA-TV News) "A company called Zero Mass Water has created a special solar-like panel that creates clean, drinkable water from the air...[that can be...Show More Summary

Ocean Wind Unites Hard Hats And Greens

Labor, environmentalists tout first U.S. offshore wind farm Mary Ann Bragg, June 14, 2017 (Cape Cod Times) “With the country’s first offshore wind farm up and running for the past six months [off the coast of Rhode Island], labor and...Show More Summary

Sustainability in Supply Chains Driven by Positivev Business Outcomes: 3M Study

An overwhelming percentage of manufacturing suppliers say that they undertake sustainability measures because they have tangible business value. Those positive business outcomes in supply chain sustainability, suppliers say, mean that...Show More Summary

EPA Wants to Delay Methane Rules for Two Years

EPA wants to delay the methane rules enacted during the Obama administration by two years. Already, environmental groups are suing. The post EPA Wants to Delay Methane Rules for Two Years appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Biotech and Pharma

In this case study: Brief History of the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industry Nuclear and Pharmaceuticals: An Industry Comparison Role of the State Importance of Intellectual Property Regulator Comparison Lessons Learned for Nuclear The...Show More Summary

European mill consolidation concerns independent stockists, distributors

Mergers and acquisitions in European steelmaking could have important consequences downstream, with independent service centers increasingly nervous they will be squeezed out of the market. Investment bank Jefferies suggests ArcelorMittal...Show More Summary

‘No Matter the Industry, We’ll Collaborate & Get This Thing Done’: Quotes from the Conference

Notes from the Editor If you made it to this year’s Environmental Leader Conference, you know that it overflowed with energy, excitement, and a mountain of inspiration. But if not, you’re in luck: Environmental Leader and Energy Manager Today have published nearly a dozen articles based on content from our... Show More Summary

ORIGINAL REPORTING: The Debates About Solar Get Bigger, More Interesting

Why 'a lot has become the new normal' in state solar policy debates; A new report outlines 5 key decisions and 4 trends from the solar sector's busiest policy quarter yet Herman K. Trabish, Nov. 10, 2016 (Utility Dive) Editor’s note: Solar policy debates continue to proliferate. Show More Summary

ORIGINAL REPORTING: Wind And Solar Sidestep Politics

How wind and solar plan to thrive during the Trump presidency; Steadily declining prices and increasing market share mean the wind and solar industries 'got it from here' Herman K. Trabish, Nov. 15, 2016 (Utility Dive) Editor’s note: As predicted in January, the wind and solar industries continue to thrive. Show More Summary

ORIGINAL REPORTING: Utilities Respond To Customer Demand For Distributed Energy

A 'turning point' for DERs? Utilities, vendors praise new NARUC rate design manual; A new guide to DER rate design and compensation lays out the important questions but leaves the heavy lifting to state commissions Herman K. Trabish, Nov. Show More Summary

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