Here’s one clean energy policy California shouldn’t miss

August 24, 2018 by  
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The Golden State continues to lead the way — if this passes.

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Innovation will permeate the dialogue at Stockholm World Water Week

August 24, 2018 by  
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The water sector seeks new approaches to addressing a ‘wicked problem’.

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4 bold collaborations tackling California’s drought

October 19, 2016 by  
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Nonprofits with corporates such as Anheuser-Busch, Coca-Cola, General Mills are throwing their weight behind big water projects in the Golden State.

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One year later: McDonald’s supply chain, sustainability chief Francesca DeBiase

March 1, 2016 by  
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Is the role of sustainability and supply chain at the Golden Arches still a dream job?

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Your commute is nothing compared to this 50-lane gridlock in China

October 9, 2015 by  
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Video via Sploid You think your measly four-lane rush hour commute is bad? How about trying to navigate a bottleneck that spans 50 lanes and several miles. This week, seemingly every person in China – in reality, nearly 750 million people – were on the move for the week-long Chinese Golden Week celebration, resulting in a gridlocked highway-to-hell that extended for miles. Read the rest of Your commute is nothing compared to this 50-lane gridlock in China

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World’s longest glass-bottomed bridge opens in China

September 29, 2015 by  
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California close to passing new legislation to set fierce climate change standards

September 8, 2015 by  
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Putting the words “California” and “progressive” together probably won’t blow any minds. But the Golden State is about to take it to a whole new level with a rigorous commitment to climate change that could set a new standard for other states. Mother Jones reports that a series of bills aimed at tackling climate change could soon pass in the state Assembly. The bills would address doubling the energy efficiency of state buildings; sourcing 50 percent of the state’s energy from renewable energy; and cutting fuel consumption in cars and trucks in half. Read the rest of California close to passing new legislation to set fierce climate change standards

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It’s Hip To Be #GreenerSquare

August 25, 2015 by  
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Natural. Sustainable. Eco-Friendly. Fair-Trade. These are the golden words of 2015 – if you’re marketing a product and you put these hallowed terms on your product label – and maybe sneak “gluten-free” somewhere in there, too- your product is…

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How To Get Schooled In Used Clothing

August 25, 2015 by  
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Fundraising burnout. More and more, it’s becoming a reality at schools across the country. A survey done by the National Association of Elementary School Principals found that; 76% of schools hold up to five fundraisers a year. The same survey…

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Hand-Powered Golden Goose Gadget Scrambles Eggs Without Breaking the Shell

April 30, 2014 by  
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To achieve the perfect egg , chefs and amateur cooks often labor with spatulas, forks, whisks and a host of other utensils. So inventor Geraint Krumpe of Y Line Product Design envisioned a much simpler, faster way to create a stress-free scramble with the Golden Goose. The hand-powered gadget uses centrifugal force to mix the contents of the egg inside the shell without introducing outside air. Once suitably jostled, the egg is ready to be boiled, or dropped into a pan. Read the rest of Hand-Powered Golden Goose Gadget Scrambles Eggs Without Breaking the Shell Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: centrifugal force , Easter , egg , geraint krumpe , golden goose , kickstarter campaign , recyclable material , scrambled eggs , y line product design

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