PepsiCo.’s Manoj Fenelon on the value of questioning

November 6, 2015 by  
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The director of foresight and innovation at Pepsi spurs innovation at the giant beverage company by encouraging questions and informality.

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Can D.C. help flush away misconceptions about biosolids?

November 6, 2015 by  
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In an effort to move beyond the ick factor, District of Columbia water officials are among those reconsidering their approach to solid waste.

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Tapping into Nature: Bioinspired innovation as economic engine

November 6, 2015 by  
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Millions of designs in nature that can be used for products will mean 2 million jobs and $425 billion by 2030, transforming construction and energy.

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6 Steps to Deal with the Avalanche of Sustainability Surveys

September 22, 2011 by  
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Everyone’s asking about your company’s sustainability performance — and they’re often asking many of the same questions and taking up valuable time that could be spent doing sustainability work. Here’s how to sift through the surveys flooding your inbox.

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How Much Energy Do We Consume, And Where? Infographic Explains

August 30, 2011 by  
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Photo by Szift via Flickr CC How much energy do we use in the US? Which are the top 3 energy-consuming states? How do we rank compared to other countries? What’s the most energy-consuming activity we do in our homes each day? This infographic from PowerSuperSite answers these questions and more — and many of these facts may surprise you! … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Why Backyard Tomatoes Taste So Terrific

August 30, 2011 by  
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Photo credit nowviskie via flickr and Creative Commons license. The moment has arrived. The tomatoes are ripe, and so the question is not “What’s For Dinner?” but “What Are We Having With The Tomato Salad Tonight?” Maybe we’ll get sick of tomatoes drizzled with good oil, balsamic vinegar, and shake of salt and pepper, but it hasn’t happened yet. Since we eat so many tomatoes, there’s quite a lot of tomato talk, and the current questions on our minds are, why are heirloom tomatoes called that, and why do they taste so good? LA’s

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