Your cover letter, if executed properly, can be a powerful tool in your job search. It goes beyond the information listed on your resume, and really illustrates who you are as a candidate and why you're perfect for the job. Once you put together your cover letter, make sure it hits all the right marks by asking yourself the following three questions. Show More Summary
ISPs want to be able to sell personal user data and are two steps away from having that happen: passage by the House and President Trump’s signature.
Ninth Circuit is the latest to say that Internet-based services are not cable systems. Remember Aereo? Sure you do, if you were a regular CommLawBlog reader pretty much anytime between 2012 and 2015. Aereo was the upstart looking to revolutionize the way cord-cutters watched TV: its dime-sized antennas were designed to receive and capture local … Continue Reading
Although it may not be possible to achieve the perfect workplace team, your firm can put forth effort to match colleagues in a manner that promotes open dialogue and innovative collaborations. By utilizing in-house research, surveys,...Show More Summary
Manufacturers can save on materials and labor by designing multiple lifecycles into their products — thus enabling remanufacturing, or the rebuilding of original products using a combination of reused or recycled parts — according to Michael G. Show More Summary
Scientists and engineers at Fermilab and 21 U.S. universities have been assembling and testing a new pixel detector to replace the current one as part of the Compact Muon Solenoid upgrade.
The 12-liter engine is designed for heavy-duty trucks and can also reduce GHG methane emissions by 70 percent or more when run on renewable natural gas. The post Port Trucking Companies Deploy Cummins’ Ultra-Low Emissions Engine appeared first on Environmental Leader.
Today the California Air Resources Board (CARB) is holding a public meeting about the midterm review of the state’s Advanced Clean Cars Program, which limits smog-forming emissions and other air pollutants from cars and passenger trucks. The post Companies Weight In on California Clean Car Standards appeared first on Environmental Leader.
New business strategies from leading companies including Apple, Dell and Patagonia suggest corporations can thrive in a resource-constrained environment. The post Can Companies Decouple Business Growth from Resource Use? appeared first on Environmental Leader.
Conducting a materiality assessment is akin to taking your car to the shop for an inspection, says Amath Gomis, senior sustainability manager for AT&T. Both exercises can significantly improve performance in the long run. Gomis will be speaking about materiality assessments at the 2017 Environmental Leader Conference in June. Show More Summary
‘Earth is a planet in upheaval’: World Meteorological Organization issues dire climate warning; “Truly uncharted territory” Joe Romm, March 22, 2017 (ThinkProgress) “Humanity is ‘now in truly uncharted territory,’ thanks to CO2-driven climate change, [according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) annual report. Show More Summary
Big Oil Replaces Rigs With Wind Turbines Jess Shankleman, March 22, 2017 (Bloomberg News) “…Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Statoil ASA and Eni SpA are moving into multi-billion-dollar offshore wind farms in the North Sea and beyond. They’reShow More Summary
Apple is taking its clean energy promise to Japan and the open sea Lulu Chang, March 8, 2017 (Digital Trends) “…[Apple component supplier Ibiden] will power all of its Apple manufacturing with 100 percent renewable energy…Ibiden is planning...Show More Summary
Germany Increases Electric Car Charging Points 27 Percent in 2016 Vera Eckert w/Victoria Bryan, March 24, 2016 (Reuters via U.S. News & World Report) “The number of electric car charging points for public use in Germany rose by 27 percent...Show More Summary
Landline and broadband customers who suffer slow repairs, or missed deadlines or appointments, would receive money back from their provider, without having to ask, under plans published by Ofcom today. The regulator is consulting on proposals for customers to be paid automatic compensation, in the form of a cash payment or a credit to their bill, […]