Was 2017 the year the C-suite got woke?

December 28, 2017 by  
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It’s time to act on business leaders’ newfound awareness about the need for climate resilience.

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4 big ideas for adjusting your sustainability strategy

June 14, 2017 by  
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Science-based goals, new models for reaching consumers, savvier marketing methods and the need for deeper collaboration dominate the conversation at WRI’s recent MindShare gathering.

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The potholes in Trump’s public-private infrastructure plan

June 14, 2017 by  
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Trickle-down infrastructure isn’t the path forward for sustainable development.

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Apple’s New Headphones Aren’t So Eco-Friendly

January 6, 2017 by  
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As electronics take over every part of our lives, the need for easy-to-recycle gadgets becomes more important. If an electronic device is too difficult to recycle, odds are it won’t be. It’s the responsibility of manufacturers to make this a…

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How sustainability fits into enterprise risk management

November 17, 2016 by  
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Sustainability pros have a lot in common with those in risk management, including the need to get over this “hump.”

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Culver City Eco House fights back after being decimated by landslide

May 24, 2016 by  
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When Los Angeles based Studio Nova was asked to design this stunning home in Culver City, they were in for a few surprises. A slew of unexpected factors, including the need for a complete redesign, dragged out the home’s building time but some out-of-the-box thinking still allowed it to come to completion in all of its sustainable, eye-catching glory. The contemporary, light-filled home is almost net-zero energy, and features material exclusively from Home Depot. After the former home’s backyard…

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Lose yourself in the hypnotic blue depths of this ocean-inspired table

May 24, 2016 by  
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If the delMare table looks familiar, you may be thinking of Christopher Duffy’s gorgeous Abyss Table or even Alexandre Chapelin’s Lagoon series. While Locota’s ocean-inspired work isn’t an original idea, it’s still no less impressive. As if to emphasize its unconventional appearance, the mesmerizing handmade table stands on three legs, rather than four, with a very low center of gravity. “You won’t easily understand it’s shape and form, but you will be drawn to look at it for hours,…

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This prefab social housing development functions as a diverse eco-neighborhood in France

May 24, 2016 by  
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The construction process uses a combination of concrete, metal and prefab wood components systematized in two main families-flat components for the facades and the flooring, and 3D modules for sanitary and technical facilities. When 3D modules arrive on site, the construction team only has to connect the utilities and fit the lining boards to the 3D blocks. Related: INRA Research Laboratory is Dedicated to Ecology and Forest Genomics in France The volumes were broken down into smaller masses…

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Thawing the $72 billion market for commercial energy efficiency

May 12, 2016 by  
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Massive untapped financial opportunity await those willing to wade into deeper efficiency measures.

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Toward a safer national chemicals policy

November 18, 2015 by  
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Biotechnology helps us understand the need for a national chemicals policy.

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