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environmental audit

an examination of an organization's production, distribution and marketing activities which concentrates upon the environmental impact of these activities. Green audits can assist an organization in identifying sources of environmental pollution or excessive resource usage so that it can then seek to improve its performance.
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Green technology start-ups benefitting from the $18 million investment include Hyliion and TVP Solar.
Economic diversification and development on the continent could benefit considerably from harnessing the opportunities emerging in the green technology and fourth industrial revolution spaces.
IGEM 2018 will focus on sustainable cities highlighting innovations in the five key sectors of green technology, encompassing Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Waste Technology and Management and Green Manufacturing.
Hee Loy Sian will head the environment, green technology, consumer affairs, science, technology and innovation portfolio; and Rodziah Ismail, the entrepreneur development, rural and traditional village development portfolio.
Briefing Parliament on the progress of the review on Tuesday, Minister of Mineral Resources, Green Technology and Energy Security, Mr Eric Molale said the review entailed both technical and financial aspects to give cognizance to the sustainability of the fund and reliable supply.
He said the green skills hub called the TESDA Green Technology Center (GTC) now caters to various trainees, clients and stakeholders in different fields and areas of technical vocational education and training like photovoltaic systems, hydroponics, vertical gardening, landscaping, inverter technology and e-trike servicing, among others.
American Green Technology was founded in 2009 with headquarters in South Bend, Indiana.
13 January 2016 - UK-based green technology company Onzima Ventures plc (LSE: ONZ) has disposed of its shareholding of 50m ordinary shares in Isle of Man-based investment company Glenwick plc (LSE: GWIK) receiving the sum of GBP 75,500 net of all costs, the company said.
A GREEN technology hub is set to diversify the economy and become a "game-changer", officials said yesterday.
Investor Relations Senior Manager at KFH, Tariq Alrifai, spoke during one of the sessions on Islamic finance and green technology. He underlined the efforts of Islamic finance in investing in and supporting green technologies and sustainability goals.
The database allows one to search green technology products, services and intellectual property assets, as well as post an announcement of a need.
The idea of using Green Technology is central to the Sustainable Development initiative and it has its roots in the United Nations Conference on Human Environment (1972), in Stockholm, which highlighted the link between the environment and development in the Earths context.