It’s Waterless Toilet At Latitude Festival

Journalist-turned-innovator Virginia Gardiner has received backing from the Gates Foundation for Loowatt – an invention that generates power from the waste we produce. Gardiner says the technology can be used in disaster relief situations and areas where toilet...

Ski Resorts Can Go Green Too!

Powdr Corp, which owns Park City Mountain Resort in Utah and eight other ski areas, has reduced its carbon footprint about 60 percent in seven years, reports The Aspen Times. The company has invested about $6 million in sustainability initiatives, which include...

Busch Stadium Reduces Energy Consumption by 20%

Thanks to the implementation of different energy-efficiency measures – Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Mo., has cut its energy use by 20 percent. The measures are part of the 4 A Greener Game program, which the St. Louis Cardinals began during the 2008 season,...

Learn How The Longfellow Clubs Achieve Sustainability Milestones

A Boston-group of sports clubs, known as The Longfellow Clubs, has released details of some of its sustainability measures, showing that it has saved well over a million gallons of water since implementing them in 2006. As part of these efforts, the clubs have done...

How We Love Green Festival Keeps Sustainable Infrastructure

Three years in, We Love Green (WLG) still attracts visitors from all over Europe who are intrigued to see how the festival’s premises develop. It seems difficult to imagine a festival that generates zero harmful waste, and it might be even harder to believe that this...