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New Chase Sapphire Reserve Card: More Rumored Details

As I first posted about a few days ago, there are rumors of Chase introducing a new premium credit card intended to compete with The Platinum Card® from American Express and the Citi Prestige Card. While Amex, Chase, and Citi, typically...Show More Summary

This Company Is Giving the People What They Want: Lucky Charms Marshmallows Only

A photo posted by Sara Lee Alane DeSonier (@saraleealane) on Jun 10, 2016 at 6:36am PDT For as long as Lucky Charms cereal has existed (since 1964, to be exact), people have coveted the multicolored marshmallows that complement the shaped little oat pieces. Show More Summary

Video: Put Your Oxygen Mask On First

This video popped up in my Twitter feed the other day, and I thought it was worth sharing. Smarter Every Day visits a NASA training lab to experience (and demonstrate) the effects of hypoxia -- the term for what happens to the humanShow More Summary

Apollo 70 Airstream trailer renovated as an amazing "green" cocktail bar on wheels

The team renovated their flagship Land Yacht Airstream travel trailer and turned it into a bar on wheels that offers cocktails and local craft beers, but can also transform into a food truck serving everything from "the finest Belgium...Show More Summary

Dutch researchers grow carbon-hungry plants to suck up pollution

Air pollution is a problem most cities face, and plants can be incredibly helpful. But what if there was a super plant even better at sucking up pollution? While some types of ivy and grass already reduce particle pollution and nitrogen...Show More Summary

Vancouver's greenest office building envisions a new kind of office space with TELUS Garden

The one-million-square-foot TELUS Garden is a mixed use development that consumes an entire city block in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, and this building is green as it gets. The complex comprises a 53-floor residential tower and a 24-floor office tower, which includes the nine floors that hold the company’s national headquarters. Show More Summary

Ukraine might transform Chernobyl into a gigantic 4GW solar farm

The nuclear disaster site at Chernobyl remains abandoned, as lingering contamination makes the area too dangerous for human inhabitants. Ukraine leaders are now suggesting a new use for the danger zone, with a proposal to transform Chernobyl...Show More Summary

IKEA's Space10 lab wants to change the way you buy furniture

Space10 is essentially a lab where people can explore ideas, like how we will use our homes and spaces in the future. Part of fulfilling that purpose is looking at how we will furnish our spaces. Obviously, the current model is out of date and hardly sustainable. Show More Summary

Beeograph smart beehive monitors the health of bees to fight colony collapse

A new IndieGoGo campaign is raising funds for Beeograph – a smart, sustainable beehive with built-in sensors that monitor interior conditions to further research on mass bee deaths around the globe. While many theories have been proposed...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton’s Copenhagen Climate Work & Claimed Success

Editorial meta note: I am fully aware that political topics — and especially this year’s elections — are very emotional, controversial, divisive topics. Simply stating, in a calm tone, your opinions or preferences on these matters can quickly trigger blood to boil and fire to shoot out of many people’s mouths and eyes. Show More Summary

Why The NextEra & Hawaiian Utilities Deal Fell Apart (Study)

NextEra Energy is a very large company with about 14,000 employees that constructs, develops, and operates power plants. It has about 45,000 MW of generating capacity at all its facilities. A long process that could have resulted in NextEra taking over the Hawaiian electric utilities just ended with no merger occurring. Show More Summary

Duke Energy Renewables Control Center Now Oversees More Than 3,500 MW

The Duke Energy Renewables Control Center is now overseeing more than 3,500 MW of wind and solar energy plants across the US since its inauguration in 2015. Since moving to its new location in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2015, Duke...Show More Summary

Rockefeller Brothers Fund Invests $10 Million Into Mainstream Renewable Power

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund has confirmed its involvement in a $117.5 million investment deal with global wind and solar company Mainstream Renewable Power. According to the announcement, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund has contributed...Show More Summary

Climate Hawks Want Wood (Video)

Originally published on Green Building Elements. By Dawn Killough Wood buildings store carbon, instead of burning it up in manufacturing and production, as is the case for steel and concrete. A video recently released by the Oregon Forest...Show More Summary

Investor Activity Prompted By Climate Risk Is Surging, Says FFI

Investor engagement and activity stemming from a desire to mitigate and minimize climate risk is surging, according to a recent report from Fossil Free Indexes. Published earlier this week, the third annual report from the Fossil Fuel...Show More Summary

Must Read: Hillary Clinton Wore White to Accept Presidential Nomination, Justin Bieber Merch Hits Urban Outfitters

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.Hillary Clinton wore a white pantsuit to accept her presidential nominationHistory was made on Thursday night, when Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept a nomination for the office of President of the United States. For the... Continue reading

Low Cost Solar Goal In Reach, Energy Dept. Set To Blow Right Past It

The new idea is to drive the cost of solar power down past fossil fuels, and sink it to the range of two or three cents per kilowatt hour by Low Cost Solar Goal In Reach, Energy Dept. Set To Blow Right Past It was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Habitat For Humanity Deep Energy Retrofit, Part 4: Planning The HVAC System

Originally published on Energy Smart Ohio. By Nate Adams This is the fourth part of this series about a Deep Energy Retrofit on a Habitat for Humanity of Portage County project in Ravenna OH. The first part talked about priorities and...Show More Summary

Looking to build an exciting career in fashion management?

The British School of Fashion (BSoF) is a highly innovative academic hub at the Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), London campus to create and disseminate strategic fashion business insight through its provision of leading-edge education, research and consultancy. BSoF offers unique... Continue reading

Bright Red House Nestled in a Norwegian River Valley

Jarmund/Vigsnæs Architects (JVA) completed Red House in a wooded river valley outside of Oslo, using a concept and color that vividly stand out in this natural setting.  The house is positioned perpendicularly to the river to accentuate the slope of the land and minimize obstructing views for their neighbors up the riverbank. Show More Summary

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