- GreenBiz.com's fifth annual edition of research exploring progress made in the greening of the American economy has been released. The report measures the environmental impact of the emerging green economy in the U.S. and lists 10 trends that will affect corporate America.
- Sustainability initiatives enhance corporate brands, make companies more efficient and help industries grow profitably, 'chief sustainability officers' told the GLOBE 2012 business and environment conference.
- Although 2011 witnessed fewer natural disasters than 2010, overall global monetary losses hit a record-setting $380 billion. Insurance companies, politicians and climate change leaders are discussing how best to mitigate and prepare for unforeseen catastrophes.
- The federal government is radically changing the way it funds research and development in Canada. Saying that Canada has fallen behind other developed countries, Budget 2012 announces a new formula for funding innovation and research to foster job creation.
- A new study from the University of Oregon is challenging conventional thinking on alternative energy someday replacing fossil fuels. The study says it can take as much as 10 units of alternative energy to replace one unit of fossil fuels.
|Exhibitor:||Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc|
|Contact Name:||Richard Lepine|
4035 St-Ambroise, Suite 416N,
Montreal, QC H4C 2E1
Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. develops revolutionary small-scale appliances that enable any habitat, including a community, ship and enterprise to treat its own solid and liquid waste on-site and independently, with no environmental damage and with significant benefits from the recovery of resources contained within the waste. Terragon's innovative and practical tools prevent the exportation of waste to others and prompt the creation of Zero-waste Discharge habitats everywhere.
|Experience in:||Greece, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United States, El Salvador|
|Interest in:||Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Maldives, Mexico, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey|