October 13, 2015

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Learning From Indigenous Peoples on Climate Change

Already assaulted by centuries of colonialism &exploitation, many indigenous people now adapt to rising seas, warming temperatures, & other disruptions to natural systems

Why This Entrepreneur Is Talking to the Tech World About Mental Health

Cory Miller is sharing his struggle with depression in hopes of encouraging other entrepreneurs to seek help.

Your Next United Flight Might Be Powered By Farm Waste

Travelers from Los Angeles to San Francisco will have a lower carbon footprint this fall. Many other flights could soon follow.

See Plans For The 62-Mile Wall That Would Capture Trash In The Pacific

It's not too late to make our oceans bluer. One organization has an ambitious plan to make that happen.

How do we Meet the Challenge of Population Growth?

Humanity is on course for a population greater than 11 billion by the end of this century, according to the latest analysis from...

Kabadi Express – Helping People Recycle Paper and Get Paid For Doing It

India recycles only about 20% of its waste paper. Kapil Bajaj and Sandeep Sethi are set to solve this problem.

Corporate Volunteering: Let’s Have Meaningful Engagement

Corporate volunteering has the potential to engage employees; yet most programs struggle to build basic awareness & participation, let alone create meaningful engagement.

Government to Replace Street Lights With LED Bulbs in Next 2 Years

India has a target of producing 1,75,000 MW of renewable energy in the next five years.

‘Tiny House’ Helps Raleigh Couple Get Their Boys Outdoors

The 450 sq ft get-away house is what has become known as a “tiny house,” dwellings that aren’t just small but are thoughtfully...

The Speed Sweet Spot

Not too fast, not too slow—how driving speed and free-flowing traffic can lower the carbon emissions from our tailpipes.



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