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Check out what our young GreenBiz 17 Emerging Leaders have to say about the world of corporate sustainability.
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Cary Krosinsky discusses the shift towards value-first impact investing.
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An investor discusses driving change by doing well
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Check out what people around the world are doing for greater energy performance.
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Improving building efficiency: A tale of 4 cities
Comments Off on New law recognizes meadows, streams as green infrastructure
Research by Ecosystem Marketplace shows a dramatic surge in payments for watershed services across the United States and around the world.
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New law recognizes meadows, streams as green infrastructure
Photos via Jaymi Heimbuch This year’s Consumer Electronics Show brought a surprisingly large crowd of people. It seems the economy has recovered enough that the throngs of gadgeteers are making the pilgrimage to Vegas again, en mass. The major trends include tablet devices and 3D television, but fortunately also smart grid and connected home solutions.
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Highlights from CES 2011
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Comments Off on How perfect is the Park Slope Food Coop?
Image by Hungry Sofia Having moved to Booklyn NY from Spain for a couple of months, I was eager to get to know the Park Slope Food Coop (PSFC), one of the oldest and largest in America. A lot of people told me stories about it, some enjoy being a member, others are a bit cynical about it, and there are also those who admit ‘it’s not for me’. Not having these kinds of food coops in Europe as far as I know, I wanted to check out what it’s all about, what kinds of people choose to join and how the system works.
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