What does sustainability mean in an organization like NASA?
Green Knowledge Archive — Dr. Claire Parkinson, Project Scientist for the Aqua mission, spoke with the NASA History Office in June 2008 about her work monitoring the Earth and its environment.
NASA received recognition for 40 years of shared project management success from the Project Management Institute on October 11 in Orlando, Florida.
The Academy and NASA’s Environmental Management Division co-hosted a Green Engineering Masters Forum in San Francisco.
John Casani of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory received the Founder's Award from the National Academy of Engineering.
Satellite Technology Facilitates Forest Planning
German scientists are using satellite technology to create a virtual forest that facilitates better forest management practices.
GE and NASA Partner on Open Rotor Testing
General Electric and NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) are working together on testing a new generation of open rotor technology concepts for aircraft engines.
Why do "greening" initiatives fail in some businesses and organizations? Daniel Esty and Andrew Winston identify the common pitfalls and successful strategies for avoiding them.
MANGO and TANGO to Demo “Green” Propulsion
The Swedish Space Corporation is counting down to the first launch of its "green" propulsion satellite technology.
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