Sustainable Living: 6 People Proving Plastic-Free Is Possible

June 21, 2016 by  
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We live in a culture of convenience. It doesn’t matter what it is – we want it fast and we want it now. In our narrow minds, we just don’t have the time to wait.  Unfortunately, the convenience culture is hurting more than just our ability to be…

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Why Urban Gardening Landed At The U.S.’s 5th Busiest Airport

December 23, 2015 by  
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Airport sustainability? Farm-to-plane? No matter what you call it, urban gardening is soaring to new heights with JetBlue’s new outdoor ‘T5 Farm’ at Terminal 5 in John F. Kennedy International Airport. Urban gardening takes off A variety of…

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Defining the circular economy

August 24, 2015 by  
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Closed loop, cradle to cradle, next-gen recycling? No matter what you call it, companies are already jockeying for position in the trillion-dollar material reuse market.

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Made in America: Staggering amounts of toxic chemicals

April 16, 2014 by  
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Billions of pounds of hazardous chemicals are made in America, yet unknown amounts more go unreported. The Environmental Defense Fund explains.

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Meet the world’s first chief resilience officer: Patrick Otellini

April 16, 2014 by  
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It's his job not only to future-proof quake-prone, coastal San Francisco, but to make sure the city thrives no matter what. Here's why you'll want a CRO in your town, too.

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Inside Panasonic’s B2B energy play

April 16, 2014 by  
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If the name Panasonic brings to mind TVs, laptops and cameras, think again. The electronics brand is angling to become an "Eco Solutions" powerhouse.

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VERGE SF 2013: How any company can join the collaborative economy

October 15, 2013 by  
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No matter what your business does, there is a way to collaborate with startups, cities and people. Here's Jeremiah Owyang's vision.

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5 Materials from Your Home Repair You Should Recycle

March 11, 2013 by  
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Anyone familiar with home repair can tell you that there is usually some kind of debris left over. No matter what the project, anytime something new goes in, something old is discarded. Check out five common items that often end up wasted, and…

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Why Social Intrapreneurs Must Engage Coworkers and Break Down Siloes

February 7, 2012 by  
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No matter what field your company works in, or how broad or deep its commitment to sustainability, the consistently biggest challenge faced by social intrapreneurs is the persistence, patience and creativity needed to move the needle.

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Soccer Moms Can Be Survivalists Too (Video)

October 24, 2011 by  
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Peak Moment TV / YouTube video Screengrab via OWOO “I was a middle-age soccer mom with a pile of kids and a mini-van. I didn’t have a retreat, and I didn’t own a gun, and I wasn’t afraid of people particularly. I didn’t expect the mutant zombie bikers to come after me. I just wanted to make sure that no matter what happened, that I could feed my kids. That I could keep them warm, that I’d have water and lights.” … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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