By Luke Simpson, Associate Editor, Chem.Info It’s easy for people to like the Food Inc. movie.
August 24, 2009 By Karen Langhauser, Editor-in-Chief, Food Manufacturing In ten
Karen Langhauser, Editor-in-Chief, Food Manufacturing My friends are constantly inviting me “out for coffee.” Now, I like coffee - I drink at least three cups a day - but coffee is not recreational to me; it’s functional.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, Chem.Info One of the more interesting green developments in recent months has been Wal-Mart’s decision to initiate greater sustainability standards in the products they’ll purchase and re-sell.
Golf courses around the world pride themselves on designs that stimulate players’ senses as much as they challenge their skills.
By Josh Green This weekend, word spread that a major African supplier to Gap and Levi is suspected of harming people and the environment.
By Anna Wells, Editor, IMPO When it comes to e-mail, I’m a sucker for a good subject line.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, Chem.Info I know, I know, the U.S. auto industry has been an easy target for quite a while now, but a release came across my screen last week that made putting it back within the crosshairs of my keyboard way too appealing.
From the Sustainable Product Index to the GreenWERCS chemical screening process, Walmart is going green, and if you don’t keep up you’ll drown in your own carbon emissions.
Chem.Info staff know that you don’t have time to monitor the entire industry from the plant floor, so now we’re doing it for you each and every workday.
I've enjoyed the odd task of interviewing dozens of prospective job candidates for positions within our publication group, and I'm always up for a disastrous tale of inappropriate behavior.
Death by chocolate — a tragic event, but one that should also serve as an example of how not to conduct business, especially in light of other recent misfortunes.
Similar to the combination of brats, beer, potato salad and family that allow my Independence Day celebration to make such a positive impact, so is the answer to our future energy needs. It will not solely be developments in wind and solar energy harvesting, or the development of new feedstocks like biomass and algae. Rather, all of these outlets need to be investigated and resources should continue to be invested.
On the surface it sounds like a great idea: The Chemical Facility Antiterrorism Act of 2009, designed by Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Bennie G.
By Carrie Ellis, Editor, Chem.Info Only something catastrophic could come from a corporation with a moniker that can be easily manipulated into such URLs as www.texacotoxico.org/eng and www.chevrontoxico.com as intimated by the Amazon Defense Coalition and Amazon Watch .