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Need a fracking supporter? Hire a homeless person.

In bizarre energy industry news of the day, the North Carolina Energy Coalition seems to have brought in some homeless men to stand in as fracking supporters at a state hearing on developing fracking operations in the state. 352 more words

Climate & Energy

4 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Inventory and Accounting ERP Software

ERP systems are costly.  They also involve a significant investment of other resources to implement and maintain, including human resources and time.  So when choosing a system, you want to go with a solution that will grow with your company and not require replacement in a couple of years’ time.  612 more words

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There's a place in the world that is fighting poverty with solar power

Lusela Murandika just wants to be able to watch the evening news.

The 76-year-old farmer lives in Kanyala village in northern Tanzania, 60 miles from the nearest town that’s connected to the electric grid. 1,092 more words

Climate & Energy

Events.com Named to AlwaysOn's 2014 OnMedia 50 Companies to Watch

Events.com is excited to announce our nomination as one of AlwaysOn’s 2014 OnMedia 50 Companies to Watch! Previous winners include Square and Box and this year we’re featured alongside some great companies that are creating new opportunities in marketing, branding, advertising, and publishing. 152 more words

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As farmland runs out, seafood looks better than you think

To create a more sustainable and equitable food system, we’re going to have to produce more food. That’s the conclusion I’ve come to as I’ve worked through the arguments over feeding ourselves. 1,207 more words

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As farmland runs out, seafood looks better than you think

To create a more sustainable and equitable food system, we’re going to have to produce more food. That’s the conclusion I’ve come to as I’ve worked through the arguments over feeding ourselves. 1,207 more words

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Those Detroit water shutoffs? Blame 'em on botched bookkeeping

Detroit’s water situation is even stranger than we thought. According to documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, the dramatic spike in water shutoffs to individual homes in Detroit that began in March of this year may have happened not because people failed to pay their bills but instead because the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department was trying to fix a colossal billing mistake that the utility made six years ago. 862 more words

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