Episode 161: The voices of GreenBiz 19

March 1, 2019 by  
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Inspiration from former NFL football player Ovie Mughelli, and insights from Tiffany & Co.’s chief sustainability and philanthropy officer Anisa Kamadoli Costa. Plus, Morgan Stanley’s Audrey Choi on the mainstreaming of ESG.

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How McDonald’s is Mainstreaming Sustainability

December 21, 2011 by  
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Bob Langert, the company’s VP for sustainability digs in to the many ways the company is pushing for greener fast food, and how it’s got a long row to hoe to convert its many skeptics and opponents.

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Industrial Monoculture Cleans Up: Greenwash, or Mainstreaming Green? (Video)

August 30, 2010 by  
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Image credit: OnEarth Magazine When I wrote about the NRDC’s new Stewardship Index for Specialty Crops, and asked whether industrial monoculture was the real path to sustainable farming , the response from many of our readers was unsurprisingly lackluster.

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Top 15 Augmented Reality iPhone Apps for Greener Living

August 30, 2010 by  
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Image via hollaa01 Augmented reality is here. If you’re unsure of what that is, think of the Terminator movies when they showed you what it was like to look at the world through the robot’s eyes, and all the data about whatever he was looking at popped up over the image. It’s a tool that we really love around here because it can be used for so many green purposes

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USDA Organic: 20 years Later

January 10, 2010 by  
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We are coming up on the 20 th anniversary  of the The Organic Food Production Act of 1990 ( 7 U.S.C.A. § 6501-22,  November 28, 1990) in which Congress commissioned the USDA to develop a comprehensive national rule for what could be marketed as “Organic.”   It took until October of 2002 for the “Final Rule” to become law.   The reason the process was so long and contentious was the fundamental philosophical divide between the key parties involved in the public debate about the definition of “Organic.”   Congress had acted because so many people were frightened (unnecessarily as it turned out) by the Alar Issue raised on a “60 Minutes” segment

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