The ICT sector is empowering women, and it’s great for business

February 8, 2017 by  
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Silicon Valley, take note: Salesforce, Intel and Jabil are among a myriad of ICT companies supporting women across the business value chain.

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Walking the talk with custom waste solutions for trade conferences

February 8, 2017 by  
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How a partnership with TerraCycle has enabled our GreenBiz 17 conference to go zero waste.

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Can Mom’s Low-Sodium Diet Determine Baby’s Sex?

September 11, 2010 by  
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Image credit: Flickr/CharlotteSpeaks With an overpopulated planet a serious concern, you’re likely not trying for a that perfect little bundle of feminine joy made of sugar and spice and everything nice. But if you are in the off chance, and still ending up with little boys made of frogs and snails and puppy dog dogs tails, you may want to take note. According to the Dail…

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Zaishu Stool: Eco-Friendly Flat-Pack Furniture As Social Art Project

September 11, 2010 by  
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Images: Zaishu Design Studio Designed with economy of materials, transportation and assemblage in mind, we’re big fans of flat-pack furniture that’s done well, especially when it’s got a bit of pizzazz to it. The Zaishu Stool by Australian design duo Matthew Butler and Helen Punton scores on all these points, but goes even further: it’s conceived not only as an eco-friendly product but also as a wider, participatory social project and collaboration with artists and non-profits around the world

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A Competition Looks for the Water-Energy Nexus

September 11, 2010 by  
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Hoover Dam. Image Credit: kyle simourd via Flickr Here at TreeHugger, we talk a lot about saving water , and reducing energy usage . But the two also intersect, since moving around all of the water we use takes up a ton of…you guessed, it: energy

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Solar Powered Warning System Helps Critters Avoid Becoming Roadkill

December 3, 2009 by  
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Images via Yanko Design Roadkill might look good for those people seeking a free food source during the recession, but for the most part, cars and critters colliding is no fun. Awhile back we saw that Colorado was active in finding a techy solution that saves animals and prevents car accidents. The state – and everyone – might want to take note of a concept design by Sungi Kim …

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