When it comes to life-changing solutions — and life in general, if you ask us — it’s often the simple things that make the biggest impact. This week we tip our hats to eight simple ideas that save lives.
Author: Mary Mazzoni
An estimated 85 percent of teens and 20-somethings will ultimately work in careers that don’t exist today. That’s a pretty staggering statistic, and it begs the question: How are we preparing young people to become the problem-solvers and change-makers of tomorrow?
It can seem daunting to continue your education after breaking into the job market, starting a family and settling into a “forever” home. But students like Mike Herod, a recent graduate of the Executive Master’s in Sustainability & Leadership (EMSL) program at ASU, prove it’s never too late to go back. TriplePundit talked with the returning veteran to find out more about his decision to pursue a sustainability education and how it impacted his career.
Bummed you can’t make it this year’s Sustainable Brands conference? While we can’t bring you the San Diego sun, this year you can catch some of the hottest Sustainable Brands panels right from your living room (or cubicle, as the case may be). Pull up your Web calendar, and start making time for these Sustainable Brands sessions you can watch live from home.
Rosalynn Dodd of Alberta, Canada, has been busy. Since graduating from the Executive Master’s in Sustainability & Leadership (EMSL) program at ASU in January, she launched her own consultancy and has been named for several national awards, including Canada’s Clean50 Emerging Leader 2015. TriplePundit talked with Dodd to find out more about her decision to pursue a sustainability education and how it impacted her career.
Did you miss out on any of the year’s biggest news? There’s only one way to find out. Give that inbox a break, and spend five minutes catching up on the hottest sustainability headlines of 2015.
Some headlines predicted that Tesla’s new battery would “eliminate electricity bills,” while others took it a step further saying it would “change the world.” But now, after the big unveiling late Thursday night, the time for speculation is over. Quell your curiosity, and spend 10 minutes learning everything you need to know about Tesla’s new battery.
Food waste is a staggering global problem: Roughly a third of the food produced for human consumption every year — approximately 1.3 billion tons — is lost or wasted. But a select few companies are taking innovative approaches to cut those figures down to size. From small startups to major multinationals, this week we tip our hats to 10 companies that are rethinking food waste.
Even as the cynic within us gripes about yet another Earth Day, it’s important to remember how the tradition began. Ready for a five-minute history lesson? Grab a fresh cup of coffee, and brush up on the history of Earth Day.
Although study after study has shown that it costs states and cities more money to leave homeless people on the street than it does to give them a place to stay, few localities have done anything with this data. But a select few are leading the charge and showing that it is indeed possible to end homelessness.
American eating habits have been the joke of the world for years. The fat, lazy American filling up on junk food and soda proved to be both a punchline and an unfortunate reality. But if recent trends are any indication, the American food industry may be changing for the better.
We’ve already covered sustainable beer and wine in our 3p Weekend series, but what about sustainable spirits? From grain-to-bottle to fair trade certified, no bar cart is complete without these sustainable sips.
This Sunday, March 22, is World Water Day — a day to celebrate water and make a difference for those who lack access to it. To mark the occasion, this week we’re rounding up 10 companies that are proven leaders in water stewardship.
We’re only a few months into the year, but all signs point to 2015 being a big one for electric vehicles. So, start your (electric) engines and read on for five trends that caught our attention.