Miscellaneous Green Archives

8 tips for reducing food waste this Thanksgiving

By Katherine Martinko

Americans threw away the equivalent of 6 million turkeys last year. Let’s make 2017 different. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Sami Grover

That wasn’t the only green measure in the latest budget either. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

This 1833 'Eagle Map of the United States' soars

By Noel Kirkpatrick

This 'Eagle Map of the U.S.' was created as both a study tool and a way to promote patriotic unity. …read more
Source: Mother Nature Network

Photo: Great blue heron is magnificent in the breeze

By Melissa Breyer

Our dapper photo of the day comes from Morro Bay, California. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Sami Grover

It’s cheap to lay conduit and add breakers. But it could save thousands of dollars later. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Sami Grover

Britain’s Conservative government is expected to announce wide-ranging measures to tackle ocean plastic pollution. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Melissa Breyer

The first object ever known to enter our solar system from beyond is not your average asteroid or comet. …read more
Source: Tree Hugger

By Bryan Nelson

This common holiday spice directly induces fat cells to burn energy, researchers found. …read more
Source: Mother Nature Network

By Kate Yoder

After Puerto Rico canceled the controversial contract with the small Montana company last month, Whitefish had agreed to continue repairs on the island’s devastated grid until Nov. 30. But on Monday, the company paused work 10 days early. According to Whitefish, PREPA, Puerto Rico’s government-owned utility, owed it $83 million.

“It may have not been the best business decision coming to work for a bankrupt island,” Whitefish CEO Andy Techmanski told CNN. PREPA was $9 billion in debt before Hurricane Maria.

Whitefish claims that some of its contractors and subcontractors are going unpaid due to PREPA’s delayed payments. Meanwhile, PREPA …read more
Source: Grist

By Kate Yoder

After Puerto Rico canceled its controversial contract with the small Montana company last month, Whitefish had agreed to continue repairs on the island’s devastated grid until Nov. 30. But on Monday, the company paused work 10 days early. According to Whitefish, PREPA, Puerto Rico’s government-owned utility, owed it $83 million.

“It may have not been the best business decision coming to work for a bankrupt island,” Whitefish CEO Andy Techmanski told CNN. PREPA was $9 billion in debt before Hurricane Maria.

Whitefish claims that some of its contractors and subcontractors are going unpaid due to PREPA’s delayed payments. Meanwhile, PREPA …read more
Source: Grist

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