Why Eating Organic is the Single Greenest Thing You Can Do

September 15, 2011 by  
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Maria Rodale, CEO of the Rodale Inc. publishing empire and the scion of America’s first family of organics, talks about the many personal and planetary benefits that choosing organically grown foods can have.

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IF11 Preview: Alcoa’s Kevin Kramer on Innovation and Smog-Eating Building Panels

September 15, 2011 by  
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In the runup to our 2011 Innovation Forum, Kevin Kramer discusses the company’s breakthrough smog-eating building panels and what it taught the company about innovation.

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JCI & GE Unveil Investment, Technology for Greener Power Solutions

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Johnson Controls’ plan to build a $100M factory for stop-start auto batteries and a new natural gas-powered turbine from GE hold promise for energy efficient and emissions-busting power solutions.

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Problems With Claims That Organic Farming Can Mitigate Climate Change

January 19, 2010 by  
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In November of last year, two writers working for the Soil Association (the major Organic organization in the UK) published a 212 page document titled: “Soil Carbon and Organic Farming:   A review of the evidence on the relationship between agriculture and soil carbon sequestration, and how organic farming can contribute to climate change mitigation and adaption.”    Yesterday I posted an “open letter” to the authors of this article on SCRIBD and also emailed it directly.  I pointed out how the massive conversion to Organic that they advocate would actually be a driver of climate change, not a solution.  I hope they will respond.

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