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New Report Addresses Both Imperatives of the Food Waste Epidemic: The Need to Reduce It, and the Need to Put Waste That Can’t Be Eliminated to Productive Use

Much of the attention has gone to the need to reduce food waste. But a report released by the NGO Energy Vision, “Food Waste Erased,” broadens that focus to include a less discussed but no less important dimension of the food waste problem: what to do with food wastes that can’t be eliminated.

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We’ll Always Have Paris: Why U.S. Withdrawal from the Agreement Won’t Stop Us from Meeting Its Goals

We need not give up hope for U.S. climate action, because American grassroots groups, environmental organizations, municipalities, individual states and business leaders can carry the ball. With or without a treaty or federal mandate, they can get the U.S. to the Paris goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 80 percent below 2005 levels by 2050.

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Change isn’t a spectator sport: Renewable energy can happen without Washington

You don’t have to invoke any new political divisions to explain President Trump’s roll-back of Obama’s Clean Power Plan or his reversal of Obama’s decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Feeding fossil fuels and starving clean energy is established orthodoxy; it comes straight out of the Reagan and Bush playbooks.

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Why Corporate Fleet Owners Should Test Drive Renewable Natural Gas

There’s another low-carbon fuel that, while it continues to fly — or drive — under the radar, could have big cost and emissions benefits for corporate and municipal fleets. Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline. And it’s compatible with engines that run on natural gas.

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Energy Vision Touts RNG, Honors Nat-Gas Transport Leaders

Leaders in the field of ultra-low carbon renewable natural gas (RNG) gathered at a recent awards event hosted by the sustainable energy nonprofit Energy Vision, which promotes renewable, low-carbon energy and transportation solutions, to recognize that RNG production and use for transport, electricity generation and heating is scaling up across the U.S.

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Energy Vision Honors Companies Leading Adoption of Renewable Natural Gas

The sustainable energy NGO Energy Vision presented its leadership awards last night to leading companies developing new markets for renewable natural gas (RNG). The winners are UPS, Newlight Technologies, American Organic Energy, MOVE Systems and American Organic Energy.

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Energy Vision Honors RNG Leaders

By NGT Staff November 10, 2015 Energy Vision, a sustainable energy non-governmental organization, recently presented leadership awards to companies developing new markets for renewable natural gas (RNG). The winners are UPS, Newlight Technologies, American Organic Energy, MOVE Systems and American Organic Energy. According to Energy Vision, RNG is made from biogases generated as wastewater, agricultural […]

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Energy Vision Honors Companies Leading Adoption of RNG

NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2015 The sustainable energy NGO Energy Vision presented its leadership awards last night to leading companies developing new markets for renewable natural gas (RNG).  The winners are UPS, Newlight Technologies, American Organic Energy, MOVE Systems and American Organic Energy. A powerful decarbonization and climate protection strategy, RNG is made from biogases generated […]

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NYC industry leaders, residents learn about RNG, organic waste benefits

By Jonathan Barnes | June 15, 2015 New Yorkers are learning about organic waste’s benefits, including its ability to create renewable natural gas. Recently the Urban Future Lab in Brooklyn hosted Energy Vision, a non-government organization which led a panel on “The Power of Waste: Extracting the Greatest Value from NYC’s Organics.” Waste and gas […]

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New York City Climbs the Learning Curve on Renewable Natural Gas from Organic Waste

Matt Tomich | June 12, 2015 At Brooklyn’s Urban Future Lab last month, the clean energy NGO Energy Vision held a public panel on “The Power of Waste: Extracting the Greatest Value from NYC’s Organics,” with New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, and waste and gas industry leaders. It was a […]