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The Rich Earn This Much Money While Going Number 2. Here's Why We All Should Give A Crap

Give A Crap -- website provides the "guestimated crap value" of 200 of the world's most influential for World Toilet Day

Innovation Requires Humility and Courage

What enables people to become innovators—those who, as noted psychologist Abraham Maslow stated, “do not cling to the familiar.”

Trucost shows companies the dollar value of natural capital

Libby Bernick, SVP for North America at Trucost, introduces their new app which puts a real price on water risk based on market...

Coming to a mall near you: a green alternative to Home Depot

Container Store co-founder Garrett Boone is putting his money behind TreeHouse, a green home improvement retailer. But is the market ready?

Crazy or Genius? Giving Away Half Your Work

Giving away half of your work to nonprofits. For free. Nuts, huh?....

Top Women CEOs On How Bold Innovation Drives Business

If America has one strategy to advance our economy it should be to have at least 50 women CEOs of Fortune 500 Companies.

Meet the young entrepreneurs shaking up old industries

Young entrepreneurs aren’t all making clever apps for iPhones. Jon Card talks to three who have scored a success with more traditional business...

U.S.-China deal will avert 640 billion tons of CO2 pollution

Using our global climate simulation C-ROADS, we have calculated the impact of the new commitments on the climate.

IBM Signs $325 Million Supercomputing Deal With Dept. Of Energy

IBM's supercomputer will move data far faster and more efficiently than competing hardware systems.

Building a sustainable future: why energy efficiency is everybody’s business

Few dispute the need to make building stock more energy efficient. But is a lack of coherent central government thinking and bold grassroots...



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