September 26, 2016

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Humans Developing Humans

Some countries do a great job at human development. Others? Not so much.

US Adopts 30% Energy-Efficiency Savings for Buildings

More than 500 U.S. state and local code officials voted to adopt new building codes that will achieve 30 percent in energy savings,...

Business as usual is not the answer

Forum for the Future's Sally Uren says that when it comes to sustainable business, business as usual isn't the answer.

Carol Cone to corporate America: 'Cause marketing, as we know it, is dead'

Are consumers more likely to buy a product when there is a pink ribbon on the label? Probably not, says a new study...

How do the Top Innovators Keep Winning?

Every year our annual Global Innovation 1000 study investigates the relationship between how much companies spend on R&D and their overall financial performance.

Economy adds better-than-expected 151,000 jobs

U.S. employers added a better-than-expected 151,000 jobs in October the Labor Department reported Friday, but the number was less than the 200,000 needed.

Potential Exists for Bipartisan Cooperation in Congress on Clean Energy

Three sets of clean energy objectives enjoy fairly broad bipartisan support.

Memorable moments in the 2010 election

By David Pakman My take on Tuesday, Election Day: 7 p.m.: Indiana Senate seat won by Dan Coats is the first gain for...

Obama Should Learn The Lesson Of 1936, Not 1996

Obama shouldn't be fooled into thinking Bill Clinton was reelected in 1996 because he moved to the center.

What's the carbon footprint of ... a newspaper?

Depending on what you read and whether you recycle, newspapers can be a green way to spend your time or a big contributor...




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