The Environment and Business

The Road in Iceland: Environmental disaster or economic progress?

by EcoStreet March 14, 2014 Conservation

Katie Wise and Ashley Moradipour need your help to make a documentary that tells the story of a group of dedicated Icelanders vs. a big road constuction project. Iceland is a nation well-known for its breathtaking natural landscapes and formations, which Icelanders hold dear to their hearts. This is why a recent road construction project […]

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Green Energy Affected by Labour Party Price Freezes

by EcoStreet December 8, 2013 Energy Saving

Green or renewable energy firms remain up in arms about the prospect of a fuel price freeze for consumers if people elect Labour the next general election. Reports are emerging that large investments in renewable energy are likely to suffer and that is not going to help the UK meet its carbon reduction targets of […]

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Top Eco Tech to Reduce your Company’s Carbon Footprint

by EcoStreet April 21, 2012 EcoTech

Energy efficient computers Computers contain some of the most difficult materials to recycle, toxic chemicals and circuit boards are harmful to the environment when dumped and energy consumption by powerful machines can often be astronomical. Now that performance and design don’t differ massively companies are competing on greener grounds of sustainability. How economical and energy […]

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The Growing Green Job Market (an infographic)

by EcoStreet November 30, 2011 The Environment and Business

What’s the deal with Green Jobs. What is the “green”, “clean” or low-carbon economy? – the sectors of the economy that produces goods and services with an environmental benefit

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Find out the Future of Green from those in the know

by EcoStreet September 25, 2009 Climate Change

Ever wondered what the future of green looks like? Insider Trends has, and it’s set up an event to find out the answer. It’s called ‘Interesting Things For Interesting People: The Future of Green’, and it’ll be a fast, furious ‘speed presentation’ night. In central London on the evening of Tuesday 27th October, 8 green […]

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Holey Ecofont!

by EcoStreet December 29, 2008 Sustainable Lifestyle

Dutch creative communications company SPRANQ has come up with a font that uses up to 20% less ink than a regular font does when you’re printing. “After Dutch holey cheese, there now is a Dutch font with holes as well.” SPRANQ tested how much of a letter could be removed while maintaining readability? After trying […]

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Jonathon Porritt bags environmental award

by EcoStreet November 14, 2008 Climate Change

Jonathon Porritt, green thinker, was dubbed environmental personality of the year at the edie’s Awards for Environmental Excellence. Now in their second year, the awards were held at London’s Natural History Museum on Thursday. From the edie news feed: Jonathon Porritt, founder director of Forum for the Future and chairman of the government-backed UK Sustainable […]

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