5 Traditions That Are Terrible for the Environment (And What You Can Do Instead)

March 15, 2017 by  
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Holidays, weddings and funerals — all events that are practically bursting with tradition. Traditions are important not only because they bridge the gap between the generations, but also because they produce a genuine sense of comfort and belonging…

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Optimizing your office for employee health

December 22, 2015 by  
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Can big data bridge the gap between the biophilia hypothesis and spatial design?

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Can sustainable business and economic development work together?

September 6, 2013 by  
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How to bridge the gap between economic development agencies and sustainability innovators in order to build healthy economies.

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Worried about water, Colorado businesses urge 25 percent cut

September 6, 2013 by  
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A report from the Colorado chapter of  Environmental Entrepreneurs warns future shortages negatively will affect the business community.

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GE Mag Says Natural Gas-Powered Turbines Could Be the Answer

May 28, 2011 by  
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Photos courtesy of GE The world needs more green energy.

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NYC’s Fresh Bodegas Program Stocks Bed-Stuy Bodegas With Affordable, Local Produce

May 28, 2011 by  
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Photo: hi-lo under a Creative Commons license . Last October, Matt told us about about GrowNYC’s Fresh Bodega’s program , designed to bring fresh produce to bodegas in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. Now, four bodegas and an upstate farm have been selected by the non-profit matchmaker, and the locally grown fresh fruit and veggies will be coming in this…

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Mongolian Mining Battle Heats Up With Herder’s Death

May 28, 2011 by  
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The arid grasslands of Inner Mongolia.

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Artisan Yogurt Producer Choked Out of Business By Bureaucratic Red Tape

May 28, 2011 by  
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Photo: Mom the Barbarian Just as it seems we may be moving back toward some sort of food culture in a nation plagued by the side effects of big Ag, red tape chokes another small producer out of business. Take the story of artisan yogurt producer Homa Dashtaki, recently written up in The Economist .

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International Whaling ‘Peace Plan’ Moving Forward

April 16, 2010 by  
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Protestors in Australia outside the Japanese embassy, photo: Takver via flickr. A whaling ‘peace plan’ proposal attempting to bridge the gap between Japan, Norway, and Iceland, which all object to the international ban on whaling, and the rest of the world which abides by it is moving forward. BBC News reports that a proposal is quickly being finalized so that it can be discussed at the June meeting of the International Whaling Commission

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Early DOE Funded Wind Start-Up Nordic Windpower Lands VC Funding

January 11, 2010 by  
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Berkeley based Nordic Windpower has just moved from being one of the DOE-supported renewable energy start-ups – to getting its own VC funding.

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