July 03, 2015

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Greening Our Capital Cities

EPA, HUD, DOT providing design assistance to stste capitals to help support sustainable communities.

The Lesson of BP: Too Much Greed? Too Little Guts?

This article was originally posted on The Huffington Post. We'll be living for decades, or longer, with the consequences of the BP disaster....

Green Portfolio Program achieves $160 Million in Savings after Two Years

Program harnesses environmental management and innovation to improve the financial and environmental performance of KKR’s portfolio companies.

Some Graduates Turn To Volunteering Abroad in Tough Economic Times

The economy, the increased emphasis on public service and international awareness have been a boon to volunteer organizations.

A Pay Model for Ecosystems

We have an economic model where private wealth is put on a pedestal above public wealth, where we reward production and consumption rather...

Hands of Love

16 year-old David Were lives in Kibera, Africa’s largest slum on the outskirts of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi

My 20 Favorite Quotes Heard at Sustainable Brands 10 Conference

Sustainable Brands Conference in Monterey CA this week was an amazing source of inspiration

A Coup for the Cool One

Battered by criticism of his calm nature, the president showed he can counterpunch when BP created a $20 billion escrow fund.

Exclusive video from Greenopolis: Humane Society, Wayne Pacelle "no creature spared" from oil gush

The Humane Society of The United States visits the gulf region to assess the impact the oil disaster is having on wildlife

In praise of techno-austerity

The technology industry seems to be coming round to the idea that less is more.




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