Katrin Ley and Bill McDonough: Reimagining fashion

February 15, 2018 by  
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Hear from renowned designer and Cradle-to-Cradle co-founder William McDonough and Fashion for Good Executive Director Katrin Ley on the opportunities for reshaping the fashion industry into a force for positive change.

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Let’s go shwopping! (Not a typo).

July 27, 2012 by  
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The latest idea from British retail pioneer Marks & Spencer offers a lesson in retail as a force for good.

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Carrotmob Shows Why Consumers Now Have All the Power

January 24, 2012 by  
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Brent Schulkin, the CEO of the startup that aims to harness individuals into a force for good, talks about the power of consumer action and why the stick isn't as effective as the carrot for leveraging sustainability and social media.

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3 Takeaways from the US Chamber’s Sustainability Conference

July 22, 2011 by  
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Despite a healthy skepticism about whether the US Chamber of Commerce can actually be a force for good, there were a number of examples of how the Chamber, and its member companies, are making serious progress on environmental innovation.

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An Insider’s Look at the Formation of the NRDC and Birth of the Environmental Movement (Book Review)

December 3, 2010 by  
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Photo credit: NRDC You’d be hard pressed to think of anyone or anything that has done more to protect the American environment over the last 40 years than John Adams and the organization he founded, the NRDC . The Natural Resource Defense Council may not boast a name that rolls off the tongue, but they do boast perhaps the most impressive legacy for using the law to stand up for the environment.

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Weekday Vegetarian: Coconut Tofu Curry

December 3, 2010 by  
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Photo: Kelly Rossiter Most of the cookbooks that promise dinner in 30 minutes or less are filled with recipes that involve opening a lot of cans, so when I saw this scratch recipe from the cookbook Time for Dinner I thought I’d give it a try. It certainly was quick and easy and it was quite tasty, although I didn’t have a lot of the suggested toppings on hand, which I think would add more interest. …

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The Red Bees of Brooklyn, and a Search for a Solution

December 3, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Gita Nandan, Tim ONeal of BoroughBees.com, via NRDC. Used with permission. Earlier in the week, the New York Times reported that bees in Brooklyn had started turning red , and their honey was looking like bright red goo

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TED Talk: How Do You Make and Enforce Laws on the High Seas?

December 3, 2010 by  
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Photo via Mission Blue The majority of the ocean is thought of as unowned. About 64% is ungoverned by any national law. And yet so much of it needs protections and regulations so that the wildlife can survive, let alone thrive.

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