What B Corp certification means for Danone North America

October 5, 2018 by  
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A Q&A with the head of sustainability of the largest multinational company to achieve this designation.

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10 minutes with Cameron Bruett, JBS USA

July 5, 2017 by  
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Why the head of sustainability for the world’s largest meat company, trained as an animal scientist, is balancing tradition with scientific innovation.

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A future with an ‘internet of tires’ is fast approaching

October 17, 2016 by  
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What does the head of sustainability for Pirelli Tire think the world of tires look like with autonomous cars around? Two words: Cyber tires.

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EcoSmart World’s Refillable Markers Won’t Make Your Kid Funny in the Head on Art Days

August 26, 2013 by  
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Remember when you were a kid and the worst thing about art day was those terrible Magic Markers. They gave you all those crappy off colors, smelled funny, and scratched terribly against paper when they were dry. Worst yet you had to toss out all that plastic once you were done with them. EcoSmart World has something better in mind with their eco-friendly markers that you can even refill. Read the rest of EcoSmart World’s Refillable Markers Won’t Make Your Kid Funny in the Head on Art Days Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Art , back to school , eco school , eco-friendly , EcoSmart World , green school products , Markers , non-toxic , organic cotton , recyclable , refillable ink , school supplies        

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Architecture for a Change’s Mamelodi Pod is a Self-Sustaining Solution to Shantytowns

August 26, 2013 by  
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Read the rest of Architecture for a Change’s Mamelodi Pod is a Self-Sustaining Solution to Shantytowns Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: AFAC , Architecture For a Change , informal architecture , Mamelodi , Mamelodi Pod , off the grid , off the grid architecture , self-sustainable architecture , shantytown architecture , solar panels , South Africa , water tank        

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Grant Associates Design Lush Sustainable Garden for BREAAM Outstanding Worcester Library

August 26, 2013 by  
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The lush gardens designed to accompany the gorgeous copper alloy-clad hive Worcester Library in the UK have just been opened to the public. Designed by Grant Associates , who brought us the Supertrees Project , the library’s landscape harmonizes with both the natural lay of the land and the uber-sustainable architecture. The grounds are made up of basins and islands, which bring a variety of plant life, as well as secluded, lush areas for diving into a book borrowed from the library. Read the rest of Grant Associates Design Lush Sustainable Garden for BREAAM Outstanding Worcester Library Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Biodiversity , BREAAM , eco design , feilden clegg bradley studios , grant associates , green design , indigenous plant species , landscape design , SUDS drainage , Supertrees Project , sustainable design , sustainable landscape design , water conservation , Worcester library        

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Tesla Opens Assembly Plant in the Netherlands

August 26, 2013 by  
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American electric car company Tesla Motors opened an assembly plant last week in the Netherlands . The new Tilburg facility will serve as the final assembly and distribution point for Tesla Model S sales in Europe shipped across the Atlantic from the U.S. to the nearby port of Rotterdam. With Friday’s opening, customers from the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany were able to receive their new Model S vehicles (deliveries to Norway started earlier this month). Read the rest of Tesla Opens Assembly Plant in the Netherlands Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: electric vehicles , elon musk , Europe , green transportation , model s , sustainable transportation , tesla , Tesla EVs , Tesla in Europe , the netherlands        

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Joel Makower in conversation with Jean Rogers of SASB

October 1, 2012 by  
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A conversation with the head of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board, a new organization aimed at requiring material sustainability issues to be integrated into 10K forms by publicly traded U.S. companies.

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Puma’s New Tack on Sustainable Consumption: Compostable Clothes

November 14, 2011 by  
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In looking for a cradle-to-cradle solution to waste, the head of the sportswear line says that Puma is exploring how to make shoes, t-shirts and bags that are either compostable or recyclable.

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The Making and Marketing of Sustainable Brands

November 14, 2011 by  
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Johnson & Johnson’s Al Ianuzzi, author of a new book on "greener products," talks about what he’s learned.

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