Getting unstuck on the climate change debate

November 9, 2017 by  
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We have enough data, now we need to fix our solution deficit.

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Why sustainable communities must look above the street level

November 9, 2017 by  
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And how real estate developers and investors can play a role in their creation.

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How business can bolster the Paris Agreement

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An interview with David McCauley, senior vice president of Policy and Government Affairs at WWF.

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July 26, 2010 by  
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An average top-loading washing machine uses 50 gallons of water per load, and 933 kWh of electricity per year. Since Americans alone wash over 35 billion loads of laundry per year, the numbers are more than a little scary. Reduce your impact by running only full loads of laundry

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25% of Zimbabwe’s Rhinos Killed in Past Three Years by Gangster Poachers

November 3, 2009 by  
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photo: derekkeats via flickr. As if Zimbabwe didn’t have enough problems: The Economic Times forwards on the news that Zimbabwe’s director of national parks has told a parliamentary committee that one-quarter of the nation’s rhinoceros population has been killed by poachers, just in the last three years:..

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U.S. Senate Considering Bill to Slow the Impacts of e-Waste

November 3, 2009 by  
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Photo via Rojer Could cradle-to-cradle design become law? The beginnings of it seem to be hatching with a new bill going through the Senate. The bill, titled S.1397 , the “Electronic Device Recycling Research and Development Act,” would push for dealing with e-waste through not only better disposal methods, but also having designers consider end-of-life product design in the first place

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