July 24, 2017

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Food waste is the world’s dumbest environmental problem

But here's how we could drastically reduce food waste.

Timberland’s New Line Is Made From Trash Collected From The Streets In Haiti

The collaboration with recycling organization Thread means you could wear shoes that used to be plastic bottles.

Winning Leadership Blending Sustainable Practices with Student Learning

The education industry in the U.S. could use a lot more leaders like Aaron Spence, Superintendent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools.

Massimo Bottura and his global movement to feed the hungry

The Italian is one of the finest chefs in the world. But his greatest achievement is Food for Soul, his project to feed...

How to Start A Corporate Giving Program by Laura Plato

Leaders at companies of all shapes and sizes understand that creating a culture of giving back is essential to their own bottom lines.

Social housing is good. But let’s make it beautiful too

The big parties speak only of practicalities. Perhaps they should try focusing on aesthetics for a change.

Belgian scientists turn polluted air into hydrogen fuel

The tiny device uses two 'rooms,' separated by a membrane, to purify air and generate power simultaneously.

The Technology Behind Europe’s Smart Cities

Pollution is a problem in many cities, but some are using innovative tech to improve.

LEGO reaches 100% renewable energy target three years ahead of schedule

Children's toy company builds wind turbine made entirely of LEGO bricks to celebrate.

Modern life is rubbish: we don't need all this packaging

Companies and individuals have a duty to recycle everything possible and to create and use more sustainable packaging.




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