Giving thanks for bipartisanship

November 22, 2018 by  
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Here’s something to be thankful for: climate action on the political horizon.

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A sharing economy for plants: Seed libraries are sprouting up

November 22, 2018 by  
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Agribusinesses vs. community agriculture — an American tradition?

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3 Ways Businesses Can Pick Up Where COP17 Fell Short

December 14, 2011 by  
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As the UN’s latest climate summit wraps up with still too little action taken to mitigate and adapt to climate change, businesses are likely to be the best hope for quick action on the scale the world needs.

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Anvil Knitwear’s Emissions Rise 32% with Increased Production

December 14, 2011 by  
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Anvil Knitwear, which won an award for its first corporate responsibility report, has followed up with a refreshingly candid update that declares, "We’ve got some good news and some bad news …"

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How a Decline in Climate Issue Urgency Will Test Corporate Leaders

September 19, 2011 by  
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Climate and other critical sustainability concerns don’t have the same edge they once held as top-of-mind issues. What can corporate leaders and sustainability experts do to sharpen the focus and action on the problems?

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Climate Issues Important But Less Urgent for Sustainability Pros

September 18, 2011 by  
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While climate, energy and water remain top concerns, those problems don’t hold the same urgency they once did for sustainability professionals, says a new study that takes the experts’ pulse on several issues.

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D.C. Enforces ‘Pollution Diet’ on Anacostia River

October 1, 2010 by  
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The U.S. EPA is taking action on the amount of litter in the Anacostia River, imposing a “diet” that will require 1.2 million pounds of trash to be removed each year

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For Fair Trade October, Every Purchase Matters

September 30, 2010 by  
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In 1998, imports of Fair Trade Certified coffee into the U.S. measured 76,059 pounds

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Proper Disposal Keeps Meds Out of the Waterways

September 30, 2010 by  
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The U.S. EPA recently added antibiotics, sex hormones and other pharmaceuticals to its list of known water contaminants, responding to evidence that trace amounts of medicines have entered the American drinking water supply

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Food Safety: Another Benefit of Healthy School Lunch Programs?

November 20, 2009 by  
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At the risk of sounding repetitive, I’d like to add to the growing list of the benefits for healthy school lunches and school lunch reform that we blogged about yesterday. On Tuesday, USA TODAY ran an investigative story about tainted school lunches that shows how safety lapses in food production or distribution can put children at risk. The lead of the piece is a story of almost 70 students at a Wisconsin elementary school who got sick two years ago after eating tainted tortillas

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