Best Buy: Thinking outside the big box

June 2, 2013 by  
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Senior Environmental Sustainability Director Leo Raudys opens up about the company's work, including strategic partnerships and a recent ISO 14001 certification.

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Thinking in systems — and taking more leaps

May 24, 2013 by  
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We need to radically imagine new ways of dealing with the accelerating world of change. Here's how we can make leaps in our thinking and work.

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Eric Lowitt: Thinking globally, but collaboratively

March 17, 2013 by  
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A conversation with an optimistic pessimist (and author and consultant) on what it takes to truly address sustainability challenges.

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Sustainable fashion design: Thinking outside the index

September 6, 2012 by  
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The industry needs to focus on both sustainable production and consumption of clothing.

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Former Skeptic Denounces GOP’s "Ideologically Driven Magical Thinking" on Climate

May 31, 2011 by  
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Image credit: ecoAmerica With Fox New spreading anti-climate talking points , and GOP candidates falling over themselves to deny climate change exists , ecoAmerica ‘s new blog couldn’t launch at a more important time.

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UK Team Hopes to be First to Row to the Pole

May 31, 2011 by  
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Photo: Row To The Pole To most of us it’s unprecedented environmental upheaval but to adventurer Jock Wishart it’s an opportunity. By some estimates the Arctic Ocean will be ice free by 2015 but Wishart and his team aren’t waiting to be the first people to attempt to row to the magnetic North Pole

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NASA Study Finds Even More Water on the Moon (100 Times More!)

May 31, 2011 by  
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Photo by Brian Wright It wasn’t long ago that scientists were saying the Earth’s moon may have more water than the Great Lakes . Now comes another study, also funded like the one last, by NASA, that says the moon may have 100 times as much water as previously thought

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New Silicon Nanorod Solar Cells Use 99% Less Material

February 15, 2010 by  
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Instead of investing in solar cell architectures that require entirely new manufacturing processes, wouldn’t it be easiest to build on what we have? That’s part of the thinking behind a new type of silicon nanorod solar cell developed by researchers at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. The nanorods are assembled into a “carpet” and embedded into a transparent polymer to make flexible solar cells that use only 1% of the material needed to make conventional silicon cells

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China Pavilion Unveiled at the 2010 Shanghai Expo

February 15, 2010 by  
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Construction is finally complete on the national pavilion for Shanghai’s 2010 World Expo , which is set to start on May 1st of this year. The China Pavilion, also known as the Oriental Crown, represents the spirit of the people of China and showcases a variety of sustainable building practices ranging from passive design to rainwater harvesting

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The Story of Cap and Trade

December 1, 2009 by  
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Why you can’t solve a problem with the thinking that created it Many are probably aware of the viral video hit The Story of Stuff created by Annie Leonard. Today the Story of Stuff Project, in partnership with Climate Justice Now! , releases it’s next project, an animated 9-minute video called The Story of Cap and Trade . Produced by Free Range Studios , The Story of Cap and Trade does what no congressional hearing or lobbyist talking head can do – make a greenhouse gas cap and trade scheme comprehensible.

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