Inhabitat is hiring: morning news writer + social media editor

April 28, 2017 by  
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Calling all writers and editors with a passion for design and the environment! Inhabitat is hiring for two positions right now: Social Media Editor and Morning News Writer . Both are freelance, part-time, work-from-home positions. They could potentially be combined into a larger commitment for the right candidate, or two separate jobs for separate people. For more about each position and how to apply, please read on: MORNING NEWS WRITER Inhabitat is hiring a dedicated morning writer to cover breaking developments in the fields of environmental news , design , technology , and policy . We’re offering the right candidate first-rate story opportunities, 20 hours of work per week, and a platform to broadcast your voice to millions of monthly readers around the globe. Candidates must be available every weekday at 8am ET, and you should be able to source and quickly turn around breaking news stories with clarity, precision and wit. If you think you’d make a great new addition to the Inhabitat team, send the following information to editor [at] inhabitat.com with the headline “ Inhabitat News Writer “: 1. A cover letter telling us a bit about yourself, what your interests/specialties are, and why you would make a fantastic news writer for Inhabitat. 2. Your weekly availability. 3. Three breaking news stories that you would like to write for Inhabitat. 4. Three published story clips or links to online articles you have written. SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Inhabitat is hiring a part-time social media editor for a weekend shift, (4 hours) as well as additional hours as needed during the week. Familiarity and expertise with current social media trends is a must, particularly including Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Reddit and Flipboard. Brownie points for experience or interest in live video (Facebook live, Instagram, Snapchat) or other new forms of publishing. If you think you’d make the perfect social media editor for Inhabitat, send the following information to editor [at] inhabitat.com with the headline “ Inhabitat Social Editor “: 1. A cover letter and resume telling us a bit about yourself, your background, experience and interest, and why you would make a great Social Media Editor for Inhabitat. 2. Your weekday and weekend availability. 3. Two published story clips or links to online articles you have written or edited. 4. Links to social media accounts you have managed (can be your personal account or for a brand). Examples: pinterest, twitter, instagram, facebook, etc

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BOOK REVIEW: Confessions of a Radical Industrialist

August 9, 2011 by  
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Is it possible for a business to go green and make green at the same time? Ray Anderson , founder of global carpeting company Interface and some say the grandfather of corporate sustainability, thinks so and reveals exactly how he did it in his new book Confessions of a Radical Industrialist . Want to know more about this fascinating new book? Read the review by our editor Haily Zaki here > . READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: by Ray C Anderson , Confessions of a Radical Industrialist , eco business , eco entrepreneur , go green business , godfather of green , green business , green entrepreneurialism , green entrepreneurs , Interface Carpets , sustainable business

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Follow Your Favorite Inhabitat Editors on Google+

August 5, 2011 by  
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Want a sneak peek into what us Inhabitat editors are buzzing about behind the scenes? Follow us on Google+ ! We’ll each be posting our favorite Inhabitat articles of the day as well as other things that caught our attention around the interwebs, so it’ll be like getting your own curated green design newsfeed right through Google+ . So what are you waiting for? Click on the links below to join us on what is being called the fastest growing social network ever. + Follow Editor in Chief Jill Fehrenbacher + Follow Managing Editor Mike Chino + Follow Senior Editor Yuka Yoneda + Follow Ecouterre Managing Editor Jasmin Chua + Follow Business Operations Manager Rebecca Paul + Follow New York Editor Jessica Dailey + Follow Inhabitots Managing Editor Julie Seguss Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: eco design , Google , google plus , green design , green social media , green social networking , inhabitat , inhabitat editors , Inhabitat LLC , sustainable design

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Allison Arieff on Prefab, Going Local, and Why the Suburbs Aren’t So Bad (Podcast)

August 4, 2011 by  
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One can’t spend years as the editor in chief of Dwell magazine and not be something of a sage on sustainable design. What’s more, Allison Arieff literally wrote the book on prefab architecture and now shares her explorations in the pages of the New York Times . In our interview she reflects on the troubled arc of prefab’s promise, why the suburbs aren’t that bad (and also

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Philips LED Light Wins U.S. Department of Energy’s $10m ‘Lighting Prize’

August 4, 2011 by  
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Photo: Michael Graham Richard I, for one, welcome our new LED overlords It looks like the Philips AmbientLED that I reviewed a few months ago has won the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lighting Prize (modeled on the original X-Prize ). The goal was to help “transform lighting technology” by making it more efficient. To win, the… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Duck Hunters Oppose Wind Farm Because it Kills Ducks (Daily Show Video)

August 4, 2011 by  
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Photo credit: bjmcdonald via Flickr /CC BY Yes, wind turbines kill birds. But only a very small number of them, and scientists are hard at work to further improve technology that might prevent these deaths in the future. Cats and sport hunters kill many more birds every year than do wind turbines — which is why this Daily Show bit about duck hunters fighting a proposed wind farm on the grounds that it will kill ducks is particularly amusing: … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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2009 Year of the Mannahatta Project

December 31, 2009 by  
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photo via WCS Most people when they think back on 2009 might not think of it as the quadricentennial of Henry Hudson’s famous voyage of 1609, but for fans of the Mannahatta Project, it has been a year to celebrate. Mannahatta, the book was a big hit, mentioned on many holiday-round up lists, including an Editor’s Choice from Barnes & Noble and Planetizen ‘s list of best urban design books. There were also wonderful exhibitions at the Mus..

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