Do you work for a self-regulating psychopath?

June 4, 2016 by  
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Don’t believe the Michelin Man and Ronald McDonald. Corporate social responsibility is an oxymoron, and citizens are “asleep at the switch.”

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GM, US companies lead way on corporate carbon offsets

June 8, 2012 by  
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Despite a lack of regulation, the United States is becoming the world's single-largest purchaser of voluntary offsets. And industry observers believe the trend will grow.

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Taking Stock of Molson Coors’ Beerprint

January 3, 2012 by  
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Bart Alexander, Chief of Corporate Responsibility at the global brewer, discusses how the company manages the impacts of its products, and why 90 percent of its employees believe the company is doing a good job on sustainability.

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When It Comes to Cars, ICE Is Still Hot

April 5, 2010 by  
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If you were to believe the mainstream media, the future of transportation is electric. But the conventional gas-powered internal combustion engine (ICE) won’t be going away any time soon.

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16 GW of Renewable Energy to be Created in US by Stimulus Bill

February 26, 2010 by  
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16 gigawatts is a lot of power. The average nuclear power plant in operation today provides less than just one gigawatt of power (I believe the average is around 850 MW). Which is why it’s good news that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act , otherwise known as the stimulus bill , is on track to add 16 GW of renewable energy to the US grid.

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"Most Credible" Climate Skeptic Revealed to Receive Funding from Big Polluters

February 26, 2010 by  
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Photo via Read the Hook Charges that climate scientists are “out to line their pockets” get bandied about with such preposterous frequency, that when I stumbled upon this investigative report into one of the leading climate skeptics and his income, a post became necessary. The man in question is Patrick Michaels, one of the few actual climate scientists who calls himself a member of the skeptic camp. For this reason, he’s often touted as the ‘most credible’ skeptic, especially..

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Save Energy with Glow in the Dark Toilet Paper

February 26, 2010 by  
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Behold: glow in the dark toilet paper! No need to turn on the light for those late-night ventures to the bathroom,. Toilet paper has been the subject of considerable drama here on the ole’ TreeHugger. Sadly, the softer it is, the worse it is for old growth forests.

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When It Comes To Green, We Are Hypocrites

February 17, 2010 by  
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The red band tells it all: it is the percentage of those who say that they “believe the action is important, but do not currently engage in it.” The blue band represents those who “believe the action is important and currently engage in it.

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What Animals Can Teach Us About God

February 17, 2010 by  
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Image: Wild chimp in Gombe, Doug88888, Flickr There is a new player in the animal rights game…one that could be a game changer. It seems that when the topic of animal rights comes up, emotions are stirred on all sides. Millions support the basic supposition of PETA that animals have rights

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Six Things We Learned from ‘Climate Gate’: Rob Hopkins on the CRU Hack

December 5, 2009 by  
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I needed a break. If only the sea would stop rising

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