The most recent versions of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals include cutting global food waste in half by 2030. Can we do this?
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Does your college or university campus offer car or bike sharing? Discounted transit passes? These are common ways to encourage students to leave their cars at home. Maine’s University of New England, though, took a unique step by implementing the country’s only river ferry service run by an academic institution.
There’s no doubt that some opposed to environmental action fudge statistics to their advantage. But can large differences in data from like-minded organizations also undermine widespread efforts to “go green” by ordinary people?
Coach/bus travel on the whole has a bit of a poor reputation: you may envision a miserable journey on a Megabus or National Express (or Greyhound or Trailways) with only the bleak view and only other tightly-packed passengers for company. While this may be the case in the UK and US, travelling by coach across […]
PepsiCo, owner of the Tropicana brand, has announced the green-quotient it figures accompanies the production of a meager half-gallon carton of orange juice: 3.75 pounds of carbon dioxide. Most of that stems from the emissions of just growing the oranges, which tend to include sizeable doses of nitrogen fertilizer. What now? Pepsi isn’t sure. According […]