4 Clever Ways to Encourage Your Children to Recycle

August 15, 2017 by  
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As we all know, recycling is crucial when it comes to caring for our planet — and instilling this responsibility in children when they are young is a surefire way to encourage them to do it for years to come. But how can we do this without it being…

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3 guideposts for assembling a sustainability report

February 15, 2013 by  
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Does your firm want to publish its first CSR or sustainability report? Don't bother without reading this.

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rAndom International’s Sparkling Rain Room Lets You Play in the Rain Without Getting Wet

October 8, 2012 by  
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Read the rest of rAndom International’s Sparkling Rain Room Lets You Play in the Rain Without Getting Wet Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: barbican centre , green art , interactive artwork , rain room , rAndom International , sustainable art , weather installation

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3 Ways to Get Ahead of Climate Change, Without Ditching Oil (Yet)

February 10, 2012 by  
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Despite the painfully slow progress on a global transition to clean energy, there are three relatively simple ideas that, if widely implemented, could offset a big chunk of fossil fuel emissions and buy us time while we shift to clean energy.

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Too Many MBA Students Graduate Without Right Sustainability Skills

October 27, 2011 by  
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What MBA students learn about sustainability in school often differs from the reality on the ground, according to new research from the World Environment Council and Net Impact.

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“Pictures Without Ink” Create Tactile Graphics for the Blind

December 6, 2010 by  
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Architect Keith Carlson is currently working on “ Pictures Without Ink ,” a new method of creating tactile graphics for the blind through the use of rapid prototyping. He’s worked on his project for the past 6 years and it is now in the running to receive a grant of $25,000. Click here to see a video about the project and vote for it! READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: graphics for the blind , keith carlson , pictures without ink , tactile graphics for the blind

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Weekend Without Oil To Help Teens Reduce Consumption

August 5, 2010 by  
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We’ve been focused on educating people about reducing their oil consumption (see our Minus Oil series), so when we heard from DoSomething about their Weekend Without Oil it was as if the idea had been plucked straight from our heads. With a goal of getting teens to reduce their oil consumption, the Weekend Without Oil will be held August 21 & 22nd , so mark your calendar! Find out more about the Weekend Wit…

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Food Posters From the Past are Recipes for the Present (Slideshow)

August 5, 2010 by  
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Credit: Minneapolis Public Library The message on posters from World Wars I and II are often similar to the messages we try to send at TreeHugger, such as growing your own food, walking instead of driving, reducing waste and conserving. Two years ago I did a small slideshow, Frugal Green Living: Posters for the Movement , and I have been collecting American, Canadian and British images ever since.

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V6 and V8 Engines Losing Ground to 4-Cylinder Engines

March 19, 2010 by  
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Image: Wikipedia , CC Americans have been known for a long time for their love of big cars and big engines, but this is slowly changing. Big V6 and V8 are slowly losing ground to smaller and more fuel-efficient 4-cylinder engines, a trend that still has momentum despite a drop in fuel prices in 2009.

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ArmorLite: A CFL Bulb Without The Risk of Toxic Mercury Exposure

March 15, 2010 by  
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Compact fluorescent light bulbs are the light source of choice for budget-minded greenies everywhere, but they come with one big drawback:  a potentially dangerous mercury-filled center. If you accidentally drop a bulb, beware; you could be exposed to the toxic stuff.

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