Dell is a multinational American-based company dealing with information technology. Dell manufactures sells and supports computers and electronic-related services and products. According to Fortune 500, Dell is ranked as number 41 in largest technological corporations around the world. Dell is committed to (more…)
Small businesses may not have the funds to go green or even implement a comprehensive corporate sustainability plan but that doesn’t mean that resources and measures aren’t available to help the business and employees embrace business sustainability.
As it is, today’s companies face greater pressure (more…)
Waste is a major problem in the world. As production and consumer markets grow, so does waste. Therefore, solutions need to be found to turn waste into energy, fuel, recyclable materials and other products.
An increasing number of companies are trying to (more…)
The League of Green Embassies was created by the United States Department of State. It was established as an initiative to promote international cooperation for clean technologies and energy efficiency. There are three major objectives of the League of Green Embassies are, “To advance the Presidential (more…)
A UN report says that less than one-third of metals are recycled at a rate of more than 50 percent worldwide, and many are hardly re-used at all, a trend that could jeopardize the emerging green technology sector.
In a study of how 60 “inherently recyclable” metals are collected, processed and re-used, the report by (more…)
So you consider yourself a fairly ‘green’ person. You may install compact fluorescent light bulbs, monitor your water use, unplug unused household appliances, recycle what you can and even use public transportation or ride a bike to work. Whatever your action of choice, you’re doing your part to reduce (more…)
A neatly designed chart designed by Geekaphone condenses the iPhone’s impact on the environment and the people who manufacture it in poor countries.
The statistics do not impress. For instance, iPhones purchased in 2010 contributed to 2,350 million kilograms of CO2 released into the atmosphere. (more…)
Scotland is introducing a new recycling program targeting materials that cause the most environmental damage — including food waste, plastics, and textiles — rather than simply focusing on weight.
Beginning in 2013, local communities and households will be asked to increase recycling of waste materials that have “high (more…)