100 seeds for a sustainable future: Launching entrepreneurship

March 6, 2017 by  
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In week four of 10-part series, a Chinese campus goes for LEED gold; insurers account for climate change.

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Can rising seas yield common ground with Trump?

February 23, 2017 by  
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Exploring opportunities for climate collaboration with the Trump administration

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With Trump, green sports world suffers severe setback

November 11, 2016 by  
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Allen Hershkowitz, Green Sports Alliance co-founder, says sports will become a vital platform for climate action during Trump’s administration.

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Miami’s climate vice: Budget woes stunt urban resilience

September 17, 2015 by  
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Miami is one of the most at-risk cities in the U.S. for climate change fallout, but surprisingly little has been done to bolster resilience.

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Is Vermont’s Governor Peter Shumlin The Strongest US Politician on Climate & Energy? (Video)

September 26, 2011 by  
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Vermont governor Peter Shumlin speaking at the Moving Planet rally in the state capital Montpelier, 350.org organizer Joe Solomon calls it “the most ambitious speech for climate action by any American politician of that rank…and the first governor to stand with the Tar Sands Action arrestees .” Intentional or not, Governor Sh… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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How Stakeholder Engagement Can Make or Break a Climate Strategy

January 7, 2011 by  
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A business that engages and communicates effectively with its stakeholders might be better prepared for climate change, and will certainly be better prepared to take advantage of the new opportunities arising from climate change.

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Empire State Building Turns to 100% Green Power

January 6, 2011 by  
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The Empire State Building, the New York City icon undergoing the largest green retrofit in the U.S., is purchasing wind power credits for 100 percent of its energy use in a deal that parties say provides more proof that sustainability can be achieved without paying premium.

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Inside the Gigaton Awards’ Methodology

November 23, 2010 by  
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Akin to an Oscar for climate performance, the first annual Gigaton Awards will recognize the top companies in six sectors for their commitments to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Here’s how the winner will be chosen.

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Survey Reveals the Climate of Concern About Warming

December 8, 2009 by  
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A survey was published yesterday by GlobeScan measuring how people of various countries felt about climate change and the actions that should be taken to combat it. Overall, “very serious” concern for climate change worldwide is up to nearly two-thirds of those polled and only 6% oppose a climate deal in Copenhagen

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Roadtown: Linear City Proposed 100 Years Ago Would Work Well Today

December 8, 2009 by  
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via No Tech Magazine In 1910, Edgar Chambless released Roadtown, outlining his idea for a linear city built on top of a railway line. “The idea occurred to me to lay the modern skyscraper on its side and run the elevators and the pipes and wires horizontally instead of vertically. Such a house would not be limited by the stresses and strains of steel; it could be built not only a hundred stories, but a thousand stories or a thousand miles….I would take the apartment house and all its conveniences and comforts out among the farms by the aid of w..

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