February 23, 2020

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Creating Opportunities, Improving Lives

A Q&A with Margaret McKenna, president of the Wal-Mart Foundation, which in its last fiscal year contributed more than $423 million to communities...

Use Left-Over Wool as Packaging Material

It was one of those moments of inspiration, farmers were complaining about their surplus wool to a woman who was interested in developing...

Patching the Foreclosure Plan

The U.S. Treasury Dept. broadened the Obama Administration's foreclosure-prevention program in a bid to resolve a persistent obstacle to cleaning up problem mortgages

The Mixed Blessings of a Natural-Gas Boom

Crude oil futures flirted with $52 a barrel, rising for the second day, as stock markets seem to see a light at the...

All Together Now (or, Can Collective Intelligence Save the Planet?)

Even before launching the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, Thomas Malone was trying to imagine how work could one day be done differently

Whole Foods Overhauls Energy Savings Program

The Supermarket chain plans to add solar to more than 20 additional locations; including existing installations, solar will be installed at more than...

US Holds New Talks with Cuba

The president recently announced that he would allow Cuban Americans to travel to Cuba more often and lift restrictions on how much money...

Economic Woes May Speed Asian Deforestation

Growing economic pain may increasingly force consumers to turn to palm oil, one of the cheapest cooking oils

Peru Uses New “Super Tree” Technology to Fight Air Pollution

The cost of a Super Tree is currently around $100,000 dollars, or about $5 per person’s daily need of clean air

Earth Day Festival at Grand Central, New York!

Sponsored in part by Green Depot and Green Apple Festival, among other Hugger favorites, it'll be a great event to learn more about...




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