Author: Mary Mazzoni
The lone light shining amidst the darkness is the outpouring of support. These are a few of those inspiring stories, along with some ways you can help.
From startups founded with conservation at their core to leading companies making oceans a CSR focus, this week we tip our hats to private-sector firms making a difference.
Despite the environmental benefits, recycling items that aren’t recoverable curbside can often seem like a lot of trouble. But retailers feel your pain. And they’re responding by not only making the recycling and reuse process downright pleasant, but also by sweetening the deal with discounts, free gifts and other rewards.
Following the trend of oversized ‘McMansions’ in the 1990s, a growing number of homemakers are shunning unneeded living space in exchange for pint-sized dwellings that house only the essentials.
SPECIAL SERIES: MGM Defining Thought Leadership
We asked our readership of sustainability and business professionals what thought leadership means to them. Here’s what they had to say.
More than 150 companies are now committed to ambitious emissions-reduction targets that align with the global effort to limit warming to “well below” 2 degrees Celsius.
No, we’re not going to make a “Netflix and chill” joke. In fact, everyone’s favorite streaming service is good for more than just background noise and decade-old dramedies. As it turns out, you might actually learn something.
As nonprofits and governments go back and forth on how best to rebuild affected communities, the need emerges for the private sector step in and fill the gaps. REI Adventures provides a case study on public-private partnership in the wake of disaster.
Since no one wants to be a step behind at the office happy hour, we gathered up a cheat sheet to today’s signing ceremony and what’s next for the Paris Agreement. Read on to get informed quickly, and maybe impress the boss while you’re at it.
Since Gov. Pence seems to be so concerned with the reproductive functions of Indiana women, they took to social media to tell him what’s going on down there.
These innovative projects not only open up downtowns to bike and pedestrian travel, but also support urban and real-estate development around the world, says the Urban Land Institute.
Tuesday, March 22, marked the 24th annual World Water Day. Governments and companies took the opportunity to unveil their latest plans to tackle water quality and scarcity — here’s a round up of announcements that crossed our virtual desks this week.
At a press conference in the Chinese capital, DiCaprio said: “As we all know, the United States and China are the two biggest contributors, and I think that China has made radical movements forward as far as alternative energy and ways to be sustainable.” Is he right?