Sustainability entrepreneurs turn a new leaf at VERGE Accelerate

June 14, 2018 by  
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Eleven startups competed for attention for their solutions in energy, transportation and agriculture.

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Infographic: Futuristic Technologies Coming Soon to a City Near You

October 15, 2013 by  
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What will the smart city of tomorrow look like? Sagentia just launched a new infographic that details some of the cutting-edge technologies that will make cities more efficient, healthy, and enjoyable places to live. From innovative power solutions like photovoltaics and kinetic energy harvesting to smart transportation and agriculture, read on for a glimpse of the future of urban design. Read the rest of Infographic: Futuristic Technologies Coming Soon to a City Near You Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative energy , clean tech , green design , infographic , renewable energy , sagentia , smart city , sustainable design , sustainable living , Urban design , welcome to energy harvesting        

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Infographic: Futuristic Technologies Coming Soon to a City Near You

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What will the smart city of tomorrow look like? Sagentia just launched a new infographic that details some of the cutting-edge technologies that will make cities more efficient, healthy, and enjoyable places to live. From innovative power solutions like photovoltaics and kinetic energy harvesting to smart transportation and agriculture, read on for a glimpse of the future of urban design. Read the rest of Infographic: Futuristic Technologies Coming Soon to a City Near You Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative energy , clean tech , green design , infographic , renewable energy , sagentia , smart city , sustainable design , sustainable living , Urban design , welcome to energy harvesting        

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3 Post-Grad Programs to Boost Sustainability Skills

November 9, 2011 by  
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Bainbridge Graduate Institute new one-year certificate programs target the energy, green building and food and agriculture markets.

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Farms, Forks and Feuds on the Road to Sustainable Agriculture

August 17, 2010 by  
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Food is precious and perishable, and agriculture is extremely complicated.

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E-Waste Becomes a Top Priority for EPA Action

August 17, 2010 by  
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In a memorandum sent today to all EPA employees, Lisa P. Jackson laid out the agency’s most pressing international priorities, with e-waste exports highlighted alongside climate change and clean water as the biggest challenges.

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What Makes a Firm a Good Bet for Socially Responsible Investors?

August 17, 2010 by  
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While BP had made its way into a number of socially responsible investment portfolios, Domini Social Investments always excluded the now-tarnished firm. Here, Domini’s managing director explains how companies can be considered "responsible."

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Small Scale Tropical Farms Better For Preserving Biodiversity & Preventing Hunger Than Large

February 25, 2010 by  
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photo: Samuel M Beebe/Ecotrust, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 via flickr. One line of conservation thought believes that the best way to preserve remaining tropical forests is to concentrate agriculture into industrial-scale fields so that the maximum amount of forest space is preserved.

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