To rethink the future of plastics, start with packaging

February 23, 2016 by  
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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation shares a bold vision with Ikea, Kimberly Clark and Unilever. As You Sow wants brands to step up more.

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How open data can help electrify India — and the world

February 23, 2016 by  
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Better information infrastructure could be a first step to bringing power to the 300 million people who lack electricity in India alone.

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New York’s plan to reach 50 percent renewable energy

February 23, 2016 by  
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Alongside states like Hawaii and California with ambitious clean energy goals, New York is getting specific about how to make the transition actually happen.

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Can ‘net positive’ inspire a race to the top?

February 23, 2016 by  
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A new approach to doing business puts back more into society, the environment and the global economy than it takes out.

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Converting free riders into product stewards

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Sponsored article: Collections and recycling are supported by voluntary product stewards, yet companies that don’t fund such programs unfairly benefit.

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The Office of the Future: How We Will Work in 2025

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Shannon McGrath in Fast Company It started with glorious failure: Chiat/Day’s offices in the early 90s, designed by Frank Gehry. Cliff Kuang writes at Fast Company: “Each day, employees checked out a phone and a Powerbook at a concierge–and then scrambled to find one of the few available seats. Despite Jay Chiat’s bold vision, it was a fiasco: Employees reliant on paper used their car trunks as filing cabinets.

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