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Clorox Aims Trims Greenhouse Gases By 32% and Energy Use by 17% From 2011 Baseline

Environment + Energy Leader

Clorox's key priorities include using 100% renewable energy to power its operations and reaching net-zero targets by 2050 from a 2011 baseline. The post Clorox Aims Trims Greenhouse Gases By 32% and Energy Use by 17% From 2011 Baseline appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

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Georgia Power has overcharged customers nearly $1.9B since 2011, solar groups allege

Utiliity Dive

Georgia Power’s complaint that net metering costs customers too much money is nonsensical in the face of the utility’s excessive profits, the Solar Energy Industries Association and other groups say.


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Tokyo Gas eyes floating offshore wind for Fukushima

Renew Economy

Japan’s Fukushima Prefecture, the scene of the world’s most recent nuclear disaster in 2011, is weighing up offshore wind for future power generation. The post Tokyo Gas eyes floating offshore wind for Fukushima appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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George Harrison's 1969 diary entry reveals what he did moments before and after he ‘left the Beatles’ Planet

The diary entry was later published in the 2011 book 'Living in the Material World' by Olivia Harrison, the widow of George Harrison.

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Nurturing the Pioneering Spirit in Diverse Communities

3BL Media

Originally published by Fortune on As part of its longstanding commitment to education, especially STEM and science literacy, Henkel launched Henkel Researchers’ World in partnership with a local university at its headquarters in Dusseldorf, Germany, in 2011.

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Annual sustainable bond issuance falls for first time since 2011

Environmental Finance

Total sustainable bond issuance fell by a fifth in 2022 amid challenging fixed income markets, but green bond issuance continued to recover market share from its younger labels.

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Pore pressure diffusion led to microseismicity at Illinois basin carbon sequestration site

Science Daily / Earth & Environment

Pore pressure diffusion generated by carbon dioxide injected underground at a carbon storage site in the Illinois Basin is the likely cause of hundreds of microearthquakes that took place at the site between 2011 and 2012, according to a new analysis.