Create a viral grassroots sustainability program in 7 steps

September 20, 2016 by  
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Sponsored article: The passions of our employees can be your greatest asset when launching a major sustainability effort. Here’s a case study from CH2M.

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3 strategies to shape more efficient water systems

August 3, 2015 by  
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The drought ravaging the American West provides a case study on what could be done to shore up the water supply.

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Waste 2.0: An opportunity not to be wasted

August 3, 2015 by  
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It’s not just energy providers getting caught up in the disruption of utility business models.

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Researchers May Have Found a Way to Predict Ecosystem Collapse

April 29, 2011 by  
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According to Science Daily , “Researchers have found that models used to assess catastrophic changes in economic and medical systems can also predict environmental collapse.” The same sort of models that can be used to predict a drop in the stock market or an epileptic seizure can be employed to assess whether an ecosystem is on the brink of destruction, they argue. As a case study, they’ve looked at the habitat around Wisconsin lake — and deemed that it is indeed sounding a hitherto undetected ‘death knell’. ..

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Companies: If You’re Going to Kill a Product, Open Source It!

April 29, 2011 by  
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The Make blog has a great post bringing up the idea that if a company is going to discontinue a product, such as what Cisco recently did with the FlipCam, then they should at least open source it so that makers can hack, modify, upgrade, or at the very least repair the products that they own.

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Lifting the Lid on Stonyfield’s New Plant-Based Packaging

October 13, 2010 by  
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Today, Stonyfield Farm, the organic yogurt company, is unveiling a new packaging solution: A yogurt cup made from corn.

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