The new normal in sustainable investing post-COVID-19

May 4, 2020 by  
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The time has passed for small commitments, hyperbole and delays in embracing sustainable investing.

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Surprise! UT First To Electrify Bike Sharing in the U.S.

April 27, 2010 by  
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The obvious goodness of pairing pedal assist electric bikes with a bike sharing infrastructure is one of these great ideas whose time has come. In Tokyo, Sanyo recently installed 100 of their eneloop battery powered e-bikes at a

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Take the Green Music Group Challenge No. 2, This Time with Sheryl Crow

April 27, 2010 by  
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Flickr via ravedelay I know, I know. This may remind you of the infamous Sheryl Crow toilet paper caper , which she cleared up in a 2008 interview with TreeHugger.

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Elroy Employs Satellite Earth Images for Summer 2010

April 27, 2010 by  
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Elroy spring/summer 2010. Credit: Elroy Ethically-focused fashion label Elroy Apparel has created a well-curated spring/summer collection of on-trend rompers , relaxed-fit pants, and flirty dresses– and they all retail for under $120 USD. The highlight of the collection is their digitally-printed organic cotton pieces with manipulated satellite images of Earth; a river labyrinth, a desert oasis, and the peaks of

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Paper Company Starts Campaign To Promote Printing of Email

April 27, 2010 by  
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TreeHuggers have been bashing printers for years, putting those “Think before you print” messages on the bottom of our emails. John Williams of Domtar, a big paper company, says they are “just bull” and is starting a marketing campaign- “Put it On Paper !” to promote printing, particularly among young people. He told the Canadian Club: “Young people really are not printers

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Recurve App for Tablet Devices Gives Speedy Home Efficiency Audits, Boosts Home Contractor Industry (Video)

April 27, 2010 by  
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Image via CNET Yet another place tablet devices are finding a home is in the hands of a home energy efficiency auditor – specifically, small contractors looking to add a new service to their business. Recurve, a San Francisco-based provider of energy efficiency services has come up with a software application that allows an auditor to print out a report with recommendations for services that will improve efficiency. Because it’s so quick and simple, it could me a helpful boost t…

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