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America Leads the Way on Clean Energy
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America Leads the Way on Clean Energy

"This week is about celebrating the diverse energy resources we are so fortunate to have access to, from reliable baseload resources like hydroelectricity and innovative nuclear power technologies to solar, wind, and bioenergy sources that supplement energy portfolios in states across the nation."

More than 200 companies joined a pledge to hit net-zero carbon by 2040
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More than 200 companies joined a pledge to hit net-zero carbon by 2040

Alexis Benveniste of CNN Business reports that more than 200 companies have signed on to Amazon’s Climate Pledge. “Together, the signatories of the climate pledge generate more than $1.8 trillion in total global annual revenue and have more than 7 million employees across 26 industries in 21 countries, according to Amazon (AMZN). Visa (V), Pepsi (PEP), Heineken (HEINY) and Alaska Airlines (ALK) are among the list of...

Let’s Remember September 12, 2001
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Let’s Remember September 12, 2001

Over the past 20 years, it has become clearer that September 12 is also a day we should never forget. In the immediate aftermath of 9/11, we were united not just in communal compassion but a shared understanding of what our nation stands for and why we were attacked.

L’Oréal USA Achieves Carbon Neutrality Across All US Sites: Here’s How They Did It
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L’Oréal USA Achieves Carbon Neutrality Across All US Sites: Here’s How They Did It

Emily Holbrook of Energy + Environment Leader reports on how L’Oreal USA achieved carbon neutrality across all U.S. sites. “Since 2005, L’Oréal USA has been advancing its renewable energy ambition through a multi-pronged approach aimed at improving energy efficiency and transitioning to 100% renewable energy.” Read the full article here.

The Race To Develop Plastic-Eating Bacteria
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The Race To Develop Plastic-Eating Bacteria

Scott Carpenter of Forbes writes about the scientific race to develop plastic-eating enzymes. “The bacteria, Ideonella sakaiensis, was only able to eat a particular kind of plastic called PET, from which bottles are commonly made, and it could not do so nearly fast enough to mitigate the tens of millions of tons of plastic waste that enter...

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