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Earth Day, at the Mall

This is not what the first Earth Day -- 40 years ago, in 1970 -- was all about. It was a political event....

Inspiring a new generation of green leaders

Cynthia Nolt-Helms celebrates Earth Day every day - not just at a once-a-year celebration in April

BP Shareholders Vote No on Oil Sands Transparency

BP shareholders rejected a resolution to report on the financial, environmental and social risks related to the company's involvement in Canadian oil sands...

The View from the C-Suite: Waste Management CEO David Steiner's Heather King talks with CEO David Steiner about reinventing business models, biofuels, Barbie dolls, and why Waste Management supports a zero waste...

“Smartnering” for the Millennium Development Goals

By Emily Drew for the U.S. Chamber Business Civic Leadership Center What do you call a public-private partnership that achieves the most effective...

Police Officer Michael Carney's Anti-Gay Discrimination Story & Emloyment Non-Discrimination Act Testimony

Michael Carney is a Springfield, MA police officer originally denied employment for being gay. After a two year battle for his job, he...

Youth Activists Confront Coal CEOs with the Dirty Truth

Youth activists confront Coal CEOs with dirty coal at the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming hearing on April 14,...

Pentagon objections hold up Oregon Wind Farm

Standoff, putting at risk 3 other wind projects, centers on whether the blades of turbines would interfere with a radar system.

Work Force Fueled by Highly Skilled Immigrants

Study belies image: more immigrants are in white-collar jobs than low-wage work.

Ecosystems under siege

The environmental experts offered dire warnings and grim predictions about the Earth’s future, even as they offered glimmers of hope



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