Comments Off on Department of Defense Seeks Biodegradable Bullets
Calling all engineers: The Department of Defense is on the lookout for a new bullet that will sprout seeds, instead of waste, after it’s shot. In a call for proposals, the DoD says that the U.S. Army uses “hundreds of thousands of…
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Department of Defense Seeks Biodegradable Bullets
Comments Off on Corporate America, you must stand up to Trump
A call for business leaders to think about their long-term responsibility – even during the upcoming Presidential administration.
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Corporate America, you must stand up to Trump
Comments Off on 3 clues to the future of clean energy from CEM7
Money is pouring into clean energy, but that’s not enough to halt global warming. Businesses call for policies; NGOs for access.
Comments Off on Inside Interface’s bold new mission to achieve ‘Climate Take Back’
Can one company help reverse climate change? The iconoclastic carpet marker’s new mission is as audacious as its last mission seemed 22 years ago.
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Comments Off on We Mean Business: The Paris Accord is a $13 trillion opportunity
Seeing an economic uptick ahead, 100 companies from Autodesk to Dupont to PG&E and beyond call for swift support of the Clean Power Plan.
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Comments Off on What’s the business case for embracing the have-nots?
Talk of social justice makes for great theater, but like climate change it’s also a call for corporate action.
What’s the business case for embracing the have-nots?
Comments Off on Clean power takes off with ‘breakthrough’ into low-income communities
The Clean Power Plan borrows from California’s bill to funnel cap-and-trade proceeds to underserved areas, as new energy markets uplift more people.
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Clean power takes off with ‘breakthrough’ into low-income communities