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European Ocean Wind’s ‘Apollo Moon Landing’

A vast 'wind power hub' could supply 70 to 100 million people with renewable energy Anmar Frangoul, Septenber 14, 2017 (CNBC) “…Denmark headquartered Dong Energy was [just] awarded the contract to build the world's largest offshore wind...Show More Summary

Shipping Triggers More Lightning

Diesel engine emissions from ships could be seeding storm clouds

Why U.S. Battery Startups Fail, and How to Fix It

Pharmaceuticals startups may yield clues to how battery startups can succeed

Efficient Air-Conditioning Beams Heat Into Space

Radiative system could send heat from AC condensers out into space, reducing energy needed to cool buildings

Dutch Will Use Wind Power to Green Airports, But Solar is the Future Elsewhere

Unused acreage at airports is being used for renewable energy facilities, especially solar. But some restrictions apply

What 8 College Activities Do Employers Want to See on Your Resume?

Can college activities help you get a job after graduation? According to surveys of employers, business owners look for more than just academic qualifications when they employ college graduates. By picking the right college activities to complement your studies, you could increase your chance of employment after you finish college. Show More Summary

Is Reporting on Risk Tougher than Reporting on Success?

From the editor: Measuring and reporting on environmental initiatives and progress has always been a challenge. But with the right tools, companies are increasingly able to quantify - and share - the results of their sustainability management projects. Show More Summary

Honolulu Industrial Companies Score Cost Savings with Water Contract from Veolia

Honolulu has renewed its contract with Veolia. Industrial customers will benefit from continued cost savings using reclaimed water by lowering operating costs of chemicals and labor while preserving the area's limited... The post Honolulu Industrial Companies Score Cost Savings with Water Contract from Veolia appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Aquifil Reclaims Carpets in First US Facility, Fabricates Fiber for Fashion Industry

Yarn manufacturer Aquifil found it could get extract its Nylon 6 fibers from carpets. So the company created its own recycling process and is now opening its first carpet recycling center in Phoenix, boosting its own bottom line andShow More Summary

Is the Grass Really Greener on the Other Side?

Employers struggle with employee retention in a variety of fields. The reasons employees view changing careers as their only option is not always easy to pinpoint. They may want a more financially secure future or a new challenge that sparks their creativity. Show More Summary

If You Think Your Last Interview Was Bad, Check Out These Horror Stories

It's not uncommon for job seekers to bomb a job interview due to nervousness or insufficient preparation. However, some reasons for bombing a job interview are simply inexcusable. If you feel bad because you messed up your last interview,...Show More Summary

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