With the fate of federal sustainability initiatives up in the air, former advisers to Presidents Clinton, G.W. Bush and Obama offer their perspective on why the new administration should build on decades of progress.
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Bipartisan group of former federal CSOs has some advice for President Trump
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With 4.4 million fellows and growing, the EDF program is an invaluable resource for sustainability leaders in the making.
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Climate Corps is a testing ground for future problem-solvers
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According to a new EcoVadis survey, companies that hopped early onto the sustainability bandwagon say it’s paying off financially.
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Why supply chain managers opt for sustainably produced material
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The Oroville dam crisis inspired farmers to capture floodwater underground for use in warmer months.
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How California farmers are using floods to feed soil
Comments Off on Hot moments you missed at GreenBiz 17 in Phoenix
Nearly 1,000 souls — including executives from Amazon and Greenpeace — shared their sustainability visions in the Arizona desert at our annual namesake event.
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The manufacturing giants talked creating jobs and cutting supply chain waste at the GreenBiz 17 conference in Phoenix.
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GM, Steelcase see a web of opportunity in the circular economy
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The Sustainability Consortium, Unilever and others revealed how visibility is one step forward.
These hidden ingredients can improve your supply chain
Comments Off on Avoid these 8 deforestation traps in your supply chain
A narrow focus on avoiding deforestation may mean ignoring pollution, water stewardship, labor rights, social equity and other sustainability issues.
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Portland State University’s learning journey from a veteran education center to a national champion of sustainable scholarship.
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From scholarship to climate action at PSU
Comments Off on Whoopi Goldberg’s cannabis line grows sustainably
The following Q&A is an edited excerpt from the Bard MBA’s Sustainable Business Fridays podcast. Sustainable Business Fridays brings together students in Bard’s MBA in Sustainability program with leaders in business, sustainability and social entrepreneurship.
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Whoopi Goldberg’s cannabis line grows sustainably