Comments Off on The ICT sector is empowering women, and it’s great for business
Silicon Valley, take note: Salesforce, Intel and Jabil are among a myriad of ICT companies supporting women across the business value chain.
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How a partnership with TerraCycle has enabled our GreenBiz 17 conference to go zero waste.
Comments Off on Women-owned businesses: A niche market or vehicles for change?
One CEO finds a bigger business opportunity than she had imagined.
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Women-owned businesses: A niche market or vehicles for change?
Comments Off on What’s really holding smart cities back? (Hint: it’s not tech)
New technologies like advanced lighting and water-saving sensors are already here, but it will take a reordering of the job market and public buying principles.
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What’s really holding smart cities back? (Hint: it’s not tech)
It’s imperative for innovation to narrow the gender divide, but that’s not all.
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Why women are critical to clean energy
Comments Off on Unleashing the power of landowners to protect forests
After years of incentivizing timber production, how could policy encourage landowners to think more sustainably?
Unleashing the power of landowners to protect forests
Comments Off on 5 tech tools designed to thwart illegal logging
Emerging technologies can improve forest information management and traceability in timber supply chains.
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Comments Off on 3 ways IoT is already making cities smarter
Cities across the nation and the world are using sensors and smart devices to transform every sector of public service.
3 ways IoT is already making cities smarter
Comments Off on Modu’s Gender-Bending Clothing Line Samples The Best of Both Worlds
Women’s clothes are designed for beauty while men’s clothes are designed for function and comfort. But why? Designer Modu decided there’s no reason fashion for both genders can’t share the best aspects of their own style to make a new, more equitable type of clothing that’s accessible to all! A duo made up of menswear designer Yuteng Mo and womenswear impresario Schichao Du, Modu recently treated NYC fashion week to a borrowed-from-the-boys line that luxuriates in its spare silhouettes, rigorous tailoring, and dandyish flourishes. See our exclusive pictures by following the link below. READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ecouterre , fall fashion , female fashion , gender in fashion , launch nyc , male fashion , modu fashion designer , nyc fashion week , winter fashion
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Comments Off on LEGO Introduces Female Scientist in Their Minifigures Series 11 Collection
Image via Maia Weinstoc k. There are some new Minifigures on the LEGO block, and they love to study science. While this may not seem like an unusual departure from the toy’s regular line of explorers, academics, and swashbucklers, the gender of this tiny person sets them apart. The Minifigures Series 11 collection features a female chemist, complete with a set of beakers and lab coat. Even more exciting, three new learned ladies may soon be on their way in a project proposed by Alatariel . READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Alatariel , chemistry , female , Inhabitots , lego , minifigure , minifigure 11 series , scientist , toys