May 26, 2017

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GE's Next "Ecomagination" Challenge for Entrepreneurs: Power Your Home

The corporate giant is doing it with the "Powering Your Home" Challenge, a contest that invites entrants to design the green home of...

BP shuts Alaska pipeline after leak

BP shares slid nearly 2.5% the morning after closure of a major Alaskan pipeline that carries around 12% of America's oil output.

New Law Forces Pentagon to Buy American Solar Panels

A new military authorization bill signed by President Obama forces the Pentagon to buy only American solar panels.

Tilt-Shift, Stop-Motion Squatting In Hillside Haiti

A few miles outside Port-au-Prince is a government-established camp for displaced people - Camp Corail, the only "official" camp in Haiti.

Latest Food Crisis Brewing for Months

The United Nations, which is trying to reach out to nearly a billion undernourished people is anticipating another food crisis later this year.

The 15 Top Posts on Good Business of 2010

In order of popularity (ranked by page views), here are the 15 most-read pieces on Cause Capitalism from the last year.

Nike invites customers on its quest for sustainability

Nike's new corporate responsibility site, launched last week, has already received applause for its efforts in inviting customers to hold it accountable to...

CES 2011: How Green Is the Gadget Industry? New Report Talks Progress

The Consumer Electronics Association has released a new report detailing how far electronics have come in becoming environmentally friendly.

A Black Market for 100-Watt Bulbs? U.S. Ban Looms

Few seem to know 100-watt incandescent bulbs are leaving stores. They were phased out in California on Jan. 1, and will be phased...

Chevy Volt, Ford Explorer take top honors in Detroit

The Chevrolet Volt plug-in electric car, the centerpiece of General Motors' comeback, was named North American Car of the Year on Monday.




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