Episode 111: Sharing takeaways from GreenBiz18; a Gigaton update

February 9, 2018 by  
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In this week’s episode, what you missed in Phoenix, perspectives from the sustainability community and what we talk about when we talk about resilience.

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Episode 111: Sharing takeaways from GreenBiz18; a Gigaton update

The First Thing About Grind Is You Don’t Talk About Grind

September 14, 2011 by  
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Images credit Grind TreeHugger has discussed the concept of co-working many times, noting that “for some, the home environment just isn’t conducive to productivity or they just need a bit of time away and the wifi coffee shop doesn’t cut it.” Most people involved in co-working will talk about how it is more than just a desk by the hour: “co-working as a whole is generally defined by four major values: collaboration, openness, community and sustainability.” New York’s Grind is different; it is to co-working what Kopi luwak coffee made in a … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Rare Hawksbill Sea Turtles Discovered Living In Mangroves

September 14, 2011 by  
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A Hawksbill turtle swims off cost of Cozumel, Mexico. © Simone Rossini This is a Hawksbill turtle swimming in a coral reef, a place it is expected to be found. However, Hawksbill turtles have found a new place to live — mangroves. Previously unknown to live in this type of ecosystem, it seems the sea turtles have come up with a new survival tactic. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Private Permaculture Garden Includes a Public Bus Shelter (Video)

September 14, 2011 by  
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Image credit: Growing Your Greens From an awesome tour of a permaculture allotment to a 20-year-old forest garden there are, of course, many fabulous video tours of permaculture projects and gardens available online. Many of these plots have incredible plants and other features. But this might be the first time I’ve seen a private garden that includes its own, cob-constructed bus sh… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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"Double Impact" to Help Amplify Your Green Actions, Help Charities

June 16, 2011 by  
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Here at TreeHugger, we spend a lot of time trying to find the perfect combination of information, community and incentives required to get people to change their behavior towards a more sustainable direction, which is why I’m very excited to announce the beta launch of Double Impact , a Facebook Connected platform that allows people to earn money for their favorite charities by completing simple actions that will help them live a more sustainable life. More on the platform and why you should join after the jump…..

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Government Dismissed "Alarmist" Peak Oil Warnings From Own Staff

June 16, 2011 by  
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While the International Energy Agency’s Chief Economist has declared that no government is prepared for peak oil , news that UK ministers were holding secret talks on peak oil last year was seen by some as a hopeful sign that the threat was finally being taken seriously.

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