Welcome to the Chrysalis Economy

January 28, 2019 by  
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Our species often does its best work after being backed — or backing itself — into a corner.

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Why we’re not creating the Patagonias of tomorrow

January 28, 2019 by  
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And what needs to change to create the next generation of culture-shifting regenerative companies.

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Entergy seeks to lead on climate risk mitigation

August 14, 2013 by  
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While most of Louisiana’s oil and gas companies are on the defensive after being sued for destroying wetlands, some have made wetland restoration a major goal.

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Entergy seeks to lead on climate risk mitigation

August 14, 2013 by  
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While most of Louisiana’s oil and gas companies are on the defensive after being sued for destroying wetlands, some have made wetland restoration a major goal.

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Green investors push firms on GHG emissions, supply chain

August 14, 2013 by  
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Social and environmental issues, including those related to fracking and sustainable palm oil, are an increasing focus of shareholder resolutions.

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The Week in Animal News: Rare Birds Fly Again, "Cows Do Not Belong in Fields," and More (Slideshow)

December 31, 2010 by  
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Photo via IFAW Animal smugglers will go to outrageous lengths to get their illegal bounty past officials — so it’s nice to hear about animals that are able to return to the wild after their ordeal, like eight gyrfalcons who were recently released back to the wild after being seized by customs officials in Moscow. Read on for more heartwarming animal news, including nine species that have returned f… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The Week in Pictures: Green New Year’s Eve, Tiny Dragons, and More (Slideshow)

December 31, 2010 by  
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Pop the cork on 2011 with a bottle of Cuvee De La Pompadour Brut Rose sparkling wine; the vineyard where it is produced was the first in California certified organic. We also have a list of five innovations that will alter the way we run our lives, brightly painted container architecture, and more in The Week in Pictures, our roundup of the best photos on TreeHugger this week

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BP Sends Fake Journalist to Cover the Gulf Spill

June 25, 2010 by  
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Image via Alligator Farm Is there no end to BP’s hypocrisies and ludicrous actions? Evidently not. Here’s the latest, in a long line of curious blunders and aggravating insensitivities: after being publicly chastised time and again for denying access to journalists , BP has evidently loosed its own “journalists” on the scene to really get to the meat of the story .

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