Eco-operation: why your climate strategy is central to wooing millennials

May 29, 2018 by  
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Who would have thought the ‘me me me’ generation is all about the environment?

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Return of the SUV-More Than 1 Million Sold In China

September 14, 2011 by  
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Hummers are no longer made, but SUV popularity has returned. Witness the revival of popularity of gas-guzzling, CO2 spewing SUVs. You may have thought the concept was on its way out when the Hummer breathed its last in 2009. Not so – of late SUV sales are experiencing a surge, most especially in China. “Ford consistently touts the growth in sales of its energy-efficient cars, and there’s a kernel of truth to that. But lately, the company’s SUVs have been driving its sales growth.” – Avi Salzman, Barron’s Septembe… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Zany and Alternative Maps for the London Tube

September 14, 2011 by  
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Photo: londonist The London Underground (subway) map is a classic: designed in 1933 by Harry Beck, a modified form of it is still used today. But many artists have had a yen to redesign this iconic map: the distances between stops are schematic rather than truly geographic and there are all kinds of extra train lines imposed on it now. Recent research found that many travellers make longer journeys tha… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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The SunChips Bag: A Cautionary Tale

October 8, 2010 by  
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I, for one, liked the SunChips bag. I wasn’t annoyed by the sound; found it quite endearing, actually.  Maybe it’s because, as a marketer, I thought the idea was spot on

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The Energy Efficient Path to 100% Renewables

October 5, 2010 by  
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Energy efficiency represents a vital path towards becoming renewably powered, as it reduces the amount of energy required to be 100 percent renewable. Read on for more on how Steelcase and Herman Miller mix energy efficiency with renewable energy.

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Weekday Vegetarian: Fiddlehead, Wild Leek and Asparagus Ragout

May 4, 2010 by  
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Photo: Kelly Rossiter My refrigerator was brimming with spring vegetables I got at the market and I was making lunch for one. I thought the sensible thing to do was put them all together and make a spring vegetable ragout. …

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What Were You Doing at 15? Teen Set To Journey Across the Last Degree of the North Pole

March 27, 2010 by  
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Parker Liautaud with Vivian Westwood photo: GE’s ecomagination When I was 15 years old I thought the most important thing in the world was making the JV field hockey team and not getting any bad grades on my report card. But apparently 15 year old Parker Liautaud has better things to do, like being one of the youngest kids ever to ski the Last Degree of the North Pole . Parker will attempt the mega-expedition all in an effort to engage young adults to take a stand for the planet…

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