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» Cafe Kuna

Help us create a sustainable and “financially free” future for the Wacuco Kuna community in rural Panamá.

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» ISOS Group

A new pilot CDP Training, delivered by ISOS Group, will launch across the US following CDP’s 8th Annual Spring Workshop on March 17th and will be held in San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and NYC. The goal is to facilitate improvements in climate change disclosure.

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Wednesday March 12th, 2014 | 0 Comments
Sustainable Travel to the USA

» ESTA Visa Fasttrack

While it is also home to many large cities, the US shines in its natural splendour. Travelling to the US sustainably is now more than possible.

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» Alex Summers

When the idea of improving a home’s energy efficiency comes up, it’s usually motivated by a desire to help the environment or save money. After all, making a home eco-friendly potentially increases its value. There are a handful of upgrades that are relatively simple that reduce a home’s environmental impact. Some our fairly obvious and you’ve probably heard them before; some are […]

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» Alex Summers

With the economy on the move, the consumer market remains a tad cautious. This is a good sign for investors in markets such as home remodeling, as homeowners are more likely to save on costs rather than trade up.

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» Four Twenty Seven

Climate Earth, Four Twenty Seven, and Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index join forces to provide innovative supply chain climate risk management application

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» Alex Summers

The verdict is in: adding more electric and hybrid vehicles to the roads helps reduce emissions, reduce dependence on gasoline, and help people get from point A to point B while making only a small environmental footprint.
However, not everyone who wants a hybrid car has access to the car of their dreams.

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» CSRWire

Join us at #WhyProBono on March 4, 2014 at 1pm ET.

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» CSRWire

Join CSRwire and Waste Management for a conversation on #DesignIntent on February 25, 2014 at 1pm ET.

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Wednesday February 19th, 2014 | 1 Comment
Educating for a better world

» Abhi Nangia

Are we making lasting change, or are we simply drinking water from an existing well? In building reweave, an organization committed to educating youth to better the world around them, this question has continued to haunt me. Over the years, I’ve found my purpose in the answer.

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» Sustainable Brands

Innovation Open calls for entries from socially and environmentally conscious business ventures

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» Vannin Capital

Fracking ventures in the UK are several years behind such developments in the USA. As every country of the world struggles to produce energy resources that are both ethical and at the same time efficient, today is a salutary moment to consider what the UK can learn from the US example.

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Friday February 14th, 2014 | 0 Comments
Living a Sustainable Life

» Becca

Our country undertook some extreme advances in agriculture during WWII in an effort to protect our people and economy. During that time, the input-intensive farming methods and tech advancements in synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and routine antibiotics for livestock were a few of the ways the government avoided real dangers of food shortages in our country and around to world. Fortunately, […]

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» CBSG

CBSG’s Portfolio Shows How Conservation Organizations Worldwide Can Serve Their Conservation Mission and Financial Portfolio Goals

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» 360 Education

With health spending and foreign aid ring-fenced, it seems that every other government department is continuing to bear the brunt of the Coalition’s austerity programme and this includes education. The latest Autumn Statement by the Chancellor included a £150 million cut in the sum allocated to educating 18 year olds. The reason this age group has been targeted is that […]

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» Yerdle

iOS App Updates Makes Sharing as Easy as Shopping; Items Ship Anywhere In U.S. for $2-4

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