Illinois Sues Chicago Trump Tower for Breaking Clean Water Laws

It would appear that the Trump Organization’s business practices aren’t any more environmentally friendly than the policies of the current president, who ran it from 1971 to 2017.Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan announced Tuesday that she had filed suit against the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago for taking and re-releasing millions of gallons of water from the Chicago River without the proper permits and without assessing the impact of its activities on the fish that live there.”Trump

Episode 115: Leadership from the Climate Collaborative to the Climate Group to Palo Alto

In this week’s episode, Helen Clarkson of the Climate Group and Erin Callahan of the Climate Collaborative. Plus, meet the rockstar journalist joining GreenBiz.

Mapping water management with help from companies

Sharing data has shared benefits.

What could have prevented the Cape Town water crisis

It’s better than your usual cost-benefit analysis, and other water-stressed parts of the world should pay attention before they also near Day Zero.

The time is now for business to mobilize differently on water

The case for investing in private sector leadership on water is growing stronger by the minute.

5 trends that will guide the flow of water strategy in 2018

The theme underlying them all: better access for all.

Saudi Arabia casts an allure for sustainability

Observations from the “Davos of the Middle East” come as the nation reaches an inflection point.

Report Report: Water, energy, forestry, the SDGs and the circular economy

A monthly wrap-up of recent research on sustainable business and clean technology.

What corporations are missing about water goals

Efficiency remains the major focus for business around water, but there’s more to consider.

3 ways the course of water sustainability changed in 2017

And how that’s likely to affect the flow of strategy in the months ahead.

Preserving this national marine sanctuary guards natural resources

Why protect 600,000 square miles that most people will never see?

Don’t be silent about the EPA Clean Water rollback

Klean Kanteen CEO: Time is running out to urge the EPA to ensure clean water for the health of business and consumers.

Water stewardship: Tell me, show me, prove it

Stakeholders are demanding more transparency about results.

New Mexico Tribes Step Up to Protect Land Before Fossil Fuels Vote

Native American tribes are voicing concerns and demanding input on regulations on fossil fuel development in a New Mexico county, in the latest wave of tribal voices growing louder on oil and gas development across the country. Sandoval County, home to 12 Native tribes, will hold a final vote in January on a draft ordinance to regulate oil and gas development in the county. In packed public meetings over the proposed ordinance last week, tribal leaders called out the lack of tribal input in the draft ordinance and raised concerns over the ordinance’s lack of protections for water , air and land resources. Santo Domingo Pueblo Gov. Robert Coriz, who says he was one of

15,000 Scientists From 184 Countries Warn Humanity of Environmental Catastrophe

More than 15,000 scientists have signed a chilling article titled “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice,” urging global leaders to save the planet from environmental catastrophe. The plea, published Monday in the international journal BioScience, is likely the largest-ever formal support by scientists for a journal article with 15,372 total signatories, Motherboard noted. The scientists represent 184 countries and have a range of scientific backgrounds. Prominent signatories include Jane Goodall , E.O. Wilson and James Hansen. The “Second Notice”—an update to the original version published 25 years ago by the Union of Concerned Scientists and signed by 1,700 scientists then—underscores the lack of progress from the original document. The first notice started with this statement: “Human beings

Nalgene Tritan 32oz Wide Mouth BPA-Free Water Bottle

Convenient wide-mouth design in a handy 16 oz size. Easily add ice or clean up after transporting juice or sports drinks. Made from Tritan copolyester so it’s super tough and nice looking too.

Hydro Flask Double Wall Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Leak Proof Sports Water Bottle, Wide Mouth with BPA Free Flex Cap

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Hydro Flask Wide Mouth BPA Free Insulated Sports Water Bottle Straw Lid

Customers now have an additional cap option for their Wide Mouth Hydro Flasks. The new Hydro Flask Straw Lid is an easy to use flip straw designed with a high-flow rate and a durable rubber coating to withstand bite marks. It comes with two separate straws that can be cut to fit your Wide Mouth […]

On carbon, cities, circular, coal and consumer goods

The latest crop of reports you need to read on sustainable business and clean technology.

Sawyer Products Mini Water Filtration System

The Sawyer Mini Water Filter is a second generation filter that is the lightest and most versatile personal filtration system from Sawyer. With a total field weight of 2 ounces it fits in the palm of your hand. This tiny filter does the same job that the Sawyer PointOne filter does but now in a […]

Can farmed fish save aquaculture?

This is the fastest growing segment of agriculture, and it answers the needs both to make more and use less.

Nestle, Coca-Cola top list of companies disclosing water risk

Ceres says it’s time to ‘radically rethink’ water risk, as investors push for a ‘waterproof’ agriculture sector.

Now Is the Time to Solve Climate Change for 2050

By Paula Caballero The reality of daily life is that we try to fix the problems that are staring us in the face. In many ways, the desire for short-term results defines the rhythm of both public and private life. So the idea that decisions today will define where we end up in a couple of decades is difficult to grasp, and may even appear outlandish. Yet the unprecedented