Comments Off on ConnectAll.org Makes Technology More Accessible Than Ever
Ah, the digital age. We are in such an exhilarating whirlwind of technology and digital development. New systems and products are unveiled what seems like every day. Yet even those with the resources to purchase the latest products have a difficult…
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ConnectAll.org Makes Technology More Accessible Than Ever
Comments Off on This Holiday Season, Your Outdated Laptop Could Change Lives
Keeping up with the latest in electronics is exhausting — not to mention expensive — and a lot of communities are left without resources to obtain what some might consider essential technology, such as computers. Meanwhile, consumers are rushing to…
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This Holiday Season, Your Outdated Laptop Could Change Lives
Comments Off on The reality behind the Climate Reality Project
Monday’s 24-hour livestream represents a mash-up of the latest in climate communications. Here’s an inside look.
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The reality behind the Climate Reality Project
Comments Off on 3 takeaways on Walmart’s 2025 sustainability aims
For a decade, EDF has worked with the retail colossus. Here’s the take on the latest targets from the NGO’s director of corporate partnerships.
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3 takeaways on Walmart’s 2025 sustainability aims
Comments Off on ‘Trash man’ Nick Mallos: How sailing teams fight ocean plastic
The Ocean Conservancy’s director of trash free seas explains the latest engagement in battling marine waste.
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‘Trash man’ Nick Mallos: How sailing teams fight ocean plastic
Comments Off on Companies are tackling climate emissions in creative ways
From offsets to carbon pricing, a new report reveals the latest strategies for reducing carbon footprints.
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Companies are tackling climate emissions in creative ways
Comments Off on Words from VERGE Hawaii: Live (almost) from Honolulu
Here’s the latest chatter on Twitter from our Asia-Pacific Clean Energy Summit in Honolulu.
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Words from VERGE Hawaii: Live (almost) from Honolulu
Comments Off on Developing nations lead the pack in renewables
China alone has invested $102.9 billion in new renewables production — 36 percent of the global total.
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Developing nations lead the pack in renewables
Comments Off on 5 things climate-conscious companies have in common
As more businesses set emissions goals in line with the latest climate science, best practices are bubbling to the surface.
5 things climate-conscious companies have in common
Comments Off on Shareholders win proxy access: Now what?
ExxonMobil is set to battle shareholders over board nominations and climate change proposals.
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Shareholders win proxy access: Now what?