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CRedit360 named as Top Product of the Year 2015 in Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards
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CRedit360 has announced today that its integrated sustainability and EHS management software has been named a Top Product of the Year 2015 in the Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards. The judges remarked that CRedit360 is a “comprehensive EHS and Sustainability management solution with decent to strong reporting and analytics, configurability, visualizations, and also ...

US to pledge up to 28 percent emission cut in global treaty
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The United States will pledge Tuesday to cut its greenhouse gas emissions up to 28 percent as part of a global treaty aimed at preventing the worst effects of climate change, according to individuals briefed on the White House's plans. The Obama administration's contribution to the treaty, which world leaders expect to finalize in December, codifies a commitment President Barack Obama ...

Wise use of peatsoils essential for tackling climate change
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An international group of scientists from Vrije Universiteit and Wageningen University has calculated and modeled the potential effects of the exploitation of peatsoils on the greenhouse gas balance for Northern peatlands. In the new scientific publication in PNAS ‘The uncertain climate footprint of wetlands under human pressure’, they conclude that rewetting of drained peatsoils not ...

EU restricts the use of plastic bags to protect the environment
calendar 01/04/2015 · 1 Comment

Up to 200 plastic bags are thrown away every year by the average European, most of them after having been used only once. The tiny particles these bags are made of can enter water or even the food cycle. To reduce these risks, the EU wants to restrict the use of plastic bags. MEPs and the Council have agreed a deal, which the environment committee will put to a vote on 31 March, ahead of the ...

Video: GWT Sustainable Water Solutions tackles Water Scarcity Challenges around the World
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GWT just released a new corporate video highlighting the water scarcity challenges we face across the world, and how GWT with local channel partners and clients are working together to provide innovative, sustainable solution to address these water challenges. WATCH THE VIDEO ...

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