5 Things to Finally STOP Doing in 2017

December 30, 2016 by  
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New Year’s resolutions often center around things we’d like to add our lives — we plan to exercise more, cook at home more, make more phone calls to grandparents or out-of-state friends. The only problem is that come February, we…

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GreenBiz joins Arizona Sustainability Solutions Festival in February

December 20, 2013 by  
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The six-day event in Phoenix brings the GreenBiz Forum together with Arizona State University and the Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative.

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GreenBiz Forum 2014 joins forces in Phoenix

June 12, 2013 by  
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The sixth Green Business Forum will share events and audiences with the Sustainability Consortium and Arizona State University in February.

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Walmart Publishes Global Responsibility Report

April 24, 2012 by  
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Written by Melissa Hincha-Ownby, Mother Nature Network Last week, Walmart released its 2012 Global Responsibility Report (GRR). The 2012 report covers sustainability issues at the retail giant during fiscal year 2011, which began on February 1,…

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New Zealand Church Made From Cardboard

December 19, 2011 by  
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A church made from cardboard will temporarily replace the Christchurch Cathedral that was heavily damaged when a 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck New Zealand’s Canterbury region in February. The new structure, designed by Tokyo-based Shigeru…

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College Student Launches iPhone Recycling Startup

December 19, 2011 by  
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Like many college students in these tough economic times, Brennan Zelener, a junior at Colorado State University, has to juggle his academic studies with full-time work. But Zelener’s job is unique for a student with a full course load: Last year,…

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Green Transition Scoreboard — August 2011 Update

September 6, 2011 by  
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Private investments in green technologies have topped $2.4 trillion since 2007, with $400B since February 2011.

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Obama’s Nuclear Madness and the Future of ‘Clean’ Energy

March 2, 2010 by  
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In early February, President Obama did something that his predecessor George W. Bush was unable to do: He pushed the restart button on the U.S. nuclear power industry

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half-time show.

February 22, 2010 by  
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The New York Times recently spotlighted a greener journey : the company Maersk has been halving its top cruising speed of its container ships over the last two years, cutting fuel consumption on major routes by as much as 30 percent, as well as equally chopping the ships’ emissions of greenhouse gases! Slow and steady wins the race? We think so – and the same thinking can be applied to your own life: in the driver’s seat of your own vehicle.

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sharpen up.

February 19, 2010 by  
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Ever go to cook a fabulous meal, but found your knives deadly dull? Your tried and true blades were with you through thick and thin, went through a heavy mining process to get to your knife block, and deserve longer lives. So before tossing them in the trash, try sharpening them.

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