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Enablon Recognized with the Green Supply Chain Award

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Chicago / Paris, December 1, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Enablon, the world’s leading provider of Sustainability, EH&S and Operational Risk Management software, today announced that it has received the Green Supply Chain Award from the Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine for its leadership in this area.
 

Green IT Tops the Agenda: Coca-Cola Enterprises Becomes the First Company to Achieve LEC IT Accreditation in Great Britain

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Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has reinforced its commitment to sustainability as part of its ongoing strategy to achieve industry leading efficiency across its operations by becoming the first company in Great Britain to achieve a Low Energy Company (LEC) IT accreditation.

Webinar: How to Plan & Design your EHS Software Implementation

EMIS Implementation Lessons Learned
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How many times do you say “If I only knew then what I know now”? We see it all the time: companies wanting to throw out their EMIS software. It’s not performing, it’s not working, promises undelivered and requirements unmet. The software often takes the blame when in fact it’s the implementation process that doomed the deployment.

Leveraging Environment, Health and Safety Management to Drive Business Value

Exclusive E-Book from LNS Research
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Are you struggling to drive tangible EHS performance and business value? Do you feel that disparate point solutions, disconnected business processes, and a lack of timely information are undermining your EHS programs? Do you want to integrate EHS across the entire value chain and drive improvements in operations, risk and compliance management?

Boeing ecoDemonstrator 787 Tests Innovations for More Efficient Air Travel

Testing digital technologies, remote sensors, icephobic wing coatings to reduce fuel use, emissions, noise
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SEATTLE, Nov. 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - The Boeing [NYSE: BA] ecoDemonstrator 787 has begun flight testing more than 25 new technologies aimed at improving aviation's environmental performance through every phase of flight.

Tiny Batteries Could Revolutionize Green Energy

Nanotechnology could dramatically improve energy storage for electronics, cars, and buildings.
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Tiny is big in the quest to build batteries that store more energy for cars, buildings, and personal electronics.
 
Nanosize batteries that are 80,000 times thinner than a human hair represent a promising new front. They could advance the use of electric vehicles, now limited by short driving ranges, and of renewable energy, which needs storage for times when the wind doesn't blow or the sun doesn't shine.
 

Ellipz Lighting USA Registers as a Public-Benefit Corporation and Achieves UL Certification

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November 13, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Ellipz Lighting Pte Ltd (“Ellipz Lighting”), an innovation company that designs and manufactures LED lighting for indoor and outdoor applications, www.ellipzlighting.com, announces UL Certification for lamps in the following categories: TL tubes, streetlights, floodlights, and low bay lights.

Achieving the Right “Calorie Balance” in Cities: Health, Community, and Energy

Posted by Hidetomo Nagata
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Japan is now facing three major issues: the aging population, the decline of region’s economy, and the energy stability after the Tohoku earthquake. I worked on tackling these issues as part of a “smart city” project in Kashiwanoha, 15 miles (25 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo. (See related comments made by Mr.

The Latest Green News from Green Builder Media's Vantage

November 6, 2014 Edition
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New Developments in the Meadow Remote building sites have some of the same headaches as you'd find in a typical suburban American neighborhood. But like everything in building, there's always a workaround. Check out the latest developments in the meadow.

Election Results Make U.S. Congress Action on Climate Change Even Less Likely

Change Even Less Likely Kentucky Republican Mitch McConnell, who will lead the Senate, emphasizes coal-mining jobs over warnings from scientists.
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In the green hills and gray hollows of Kentucky's well-mined mountains, the economy of extracting coal from the fuel-rich ground isn't what it once was.

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