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How Dole plans to eliminate food waste by 2025

The company generates huge amounts of waste from the parts of the fruit it doesn’t use. In the next five years, it’s hoping to find new ways to repurpose it all.
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Water is an under-used weapon in climate change fight, UN says

With water use rising by 1% a year, cutting down could help curb climate-heating emissions, says World Water Day report.

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Climate

Renewable natural gas? Yes, it’s a thing, and now Philly residents can get it

As of this month, Philadelphians can choose a cleaner option: gas produced in landfills, known as biogas.
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Energy

India plans bio-gas plants to tackle toxic pollution, but experts skeptical

India is planning to set up more than 100 bio-gas plants and provide thousands of framers with machines to dispose of crop stubble in a bid to halt the choking crop-burning pollution that blights the country every winter.

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Fearing for its future, a big utility pushes ‘renewable gas,’ urges cities to reject electrification

The utility's plan would mix a small amount of biogas with its main product - natural gas - to keep its pipelines running in a state that's aiming for zero emissions.

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Climate

Boulder, Longmont look to offset emission with renewable natural gas

Cities across Colorado, and along the Front Range in particular, are beginning to invest in biogas infrastructure.

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Toxics

What really happens to the organic waste you put in your compost bin

In many communities, residents are asked to separate food waste into bins for municipal composting. Here's a closer look at what actually gets composted and how, what happens to the rest, and where it all ends up.
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Climate

Could renewable natural gas be the next big thing in green energy?

For decades, small-scale biogas systems have collected methane from landfills, sewage plants, and farms. Now, in Europe and the U.S., the growth of this renewable form of natural gas is taking off as businesses capture large amounts of methane from manure, food waste, and other sources.

Toxics

Factory farm manure energy is a very shitty idea, new paper says

"A real clean agricultural revolution would include only 100 percent clean and renewable energies and not methane-producing, smog-forming biogas."
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Climate

With state's help, Kern dairies turn cow manure into clean energy

Don't hold your nose: Methane from cow manure at local dairies has taken on new value as both a clean-burning fuel and a greenhouse gas to be harnessed.

Climate

ISGP's "The Forum" Podcast: Gas line bling

Anaerobic digestion describes the process of using microorganisms to break down food and animal waste, generating biogas as a result. Learn how biogas can be used as a renewable source of heat and energy, as well as hurdles hindering broad implementation.

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Climate

Fighting climate change by tackling food waste

One-third of all food worldwide ends up in the garbage, with industrialized countries contributing the most. A new foodsharing platform wants to help tackle the impact this has on our climate.
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Toxics

Game Of Thrones cast member warns of threat to beauty spots from large-scale pig farming

Jerome Flynn said: "It's a majestic, beautiful land which, as soon as you bring in a factory farm, is completely ruined. It's polluted.
Climate

Rio de Janeiro hits the gas in push toward its zero carbon goal

Capturing methane gas from garbage to burn for energy is helping the city cut its climate-changing emissions.

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The dangers of opinion masquerading as fact in science journals: Jerrold J. Heindel

A call for unbiased, honest science in peer-reviewed journals.

Join the “Agents of Change” discussion on research and activism

Four of the fellows who participated in the program this year will discuss their ongoing research, activism, and experiences with publishing their ideas in the public sphere.

Big Oil flows a little bit backward

Pipelines have had a very bad July (so far).

Beyond the “silver lining” of emissions reductions: Clean energy takes a COVID-19 hit

With job loss and stifled development in the renewable energy sector, economists, politicians, and advocates say policy action is necessary to stay on track.

Cutting edge of science

An exclusive look at important research just over the horizon that promises to impact our health and the environment

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