Author: GES

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Fore!

Environmentalists have traditionally been critical of golf. The manicured links require massive amounts of water, chemicals and other unsustainable maintenance. But golf is becoming greener, wrote the New York Times. The number of golf...

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Southeast Asia’s green potential

A Green New Deal could reinvigorate Southeast Asia’s economy after the coronavirus pandemic recedes while preparing the region for the potentially catastrophic effects of climate change, argued trade expert James Guild recently in the...

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Eating green

Almost 90 percent Nestlé’s food and beverage packaging, including two-thirds of its plastic packaging, is recyclable or reusable. Now the Swiss multinational is hoping to increase those numbers. “We have made strides in our...

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Draft logic

Migrating geese do it. Why not commercial aircraft? That’s the logic behind European aerospace giant Airbus’s research into how its airliners could save energy by flying behind other planes. Known as wake-energy retrieval, or...