Sustainability has been a driving force at TVA since its creation in 1933. Our mission then, and now, is to serve the people of the Tennessee Valley to make life better. To deliver on that promise, we build sustainability into everything we do—every decision we make, every project we undertake.
Property Manager Michael Schilling Honored with Sustainability Award for Napoleon Medical Building – Corporate Realty
At Napoleon Medical Building, located at 2633 Napoleon Avenue, Michael oversaw an LED retrofit for tenant offices and common spaces. The project took two months, with most of the work occurring after hours. Michael coordinated with tenants, engineering, and security to complete the work with as little inconvenience as possible.
Listen to this episode from Inside Atkins on Spotify. In our latest episode of #InsideAtkins, we talk to Karen and Vicky. Hear how we weave sustainability through everything we do, about the new digital Appraisal Tool and why Social Value is essential to our projects.
Course 3: Protect and Restore Natural Ecosystems and Limit Agricultural Land-Shifting (Synthesis)
New “Sustainability in Libraries” Keynote Panel Additions for Library 2.0 Mini-Conference – Stephen’s Lighthouse
We’re excited to announce the final keynote panel for our third Library 2.020 mini-conference: “Sustainability in Libraries,” which will be held online (and for free) on Wednesday, October 14th, from 12:00 – 3:00 pm US-Pacific Daylight Time (click for your own time zone). We already have 2,000 signups for this event!
BlackSoil Capital claims its chief focus in post-pandemic times is only on startups that are on their way to hitting EBITDA breakeven.
Moneycontrol’s Shraddha Sharma explains how eco-friendly is bioplastic and if its benefits can mitigate climate change.
We asked 30 experts with a connection to the circular economy about the direction the circular economy is going in – with and without the effects on it of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regenerative energy harvesting often generates more electricity than is directly needed. Although intensive research on the catalysts required for this has been going on for 20 years, progress is only being made in small steps.
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The Lagos State Government has said that it is committed to ensuring sustainable supply of paddy to the 32-metric ton/per hour rice mill at Imota upon completion later in the year.Abisola Lucania, Lagos acting Commissioner for Agriculture, gave the assurance today on the sideline of an inspection…
UK academics will work on space solutions for world issues from tackling human trafficking and forced labour groups to eliminating malaria by detecting breeding locations of mosquitoes Funding forms part of the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) which supports cutting-edge research to meet challenges faced by developing countries Government backs new pioneering space projects that will apply UK expertise to tackling development problems across the globe.
Context French people are paying more and more attention to the impact of their food on the planet and on their health, this can be seen in particular with the increase in purchases of organic products.