Monthly Archives: October 2013

Sustainability Engagement Network Discussion (SEND) Series # 8: Tracking and Measurement

By Wendy Firlotte, Employee Engagement for Sustainability Specialist Measurement, monitoring, evaluating and reporting sustainability engagement is essential to the effectiveness of your program.  Feedback loops and processes for continual reflection, evaluation, learning and improvement provide evidence of the program’s value, … Continue reading

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Reducing Green House Gasses by Analyzing Household Environmental Footprints

Reducing Green House Gasses By Analyzing Household Environmental Footprints: Study (via http://www.toolsforgreenliving.com/) Reducing the amount of energy we consume domestically could do more than reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In this light, scientists in Switzerland conducted a study published in the … Continue reading

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Study Identifies Benefits and Potential Environmental/Health Impacts of Lithium-ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles

Study Identifies Benefits and Potential Environmental/Health Impacts of Lithium-ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles (via PR Newswire) Life Cycle Assessment Highlights Ways to Reduce Global Warming Emissions, Addresses Nanotechnology Innovations to Improve Battery Performance BETHESDA, Md., May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — … Continue reading

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