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The Benefits of a Rental Society

» Alex Summers

Every day that passes without a full housing market recovery is a day that sends the United States further into what some experts are calling a “rentership society.” But it might not be all bad.

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» Alex Summers

The problem with population booms like the one we’re experiencing is that at some point you run out of usable resources to support it.

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» Nick Aster

2013 Sustainability Report Highlights Collaborations to Advance Sustainability

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» Sustainable Brands

New research and partnerships to launch exclusively at SB’14 San Diego, June 2nd-5th

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» Ethical Corporation

Ethical Corporation’s celebration of sustainability and CSR best practice from around the world is back for its 5th year London 28th May 2014 The Responsible Business Awards are back, for the fifth year, with the entry deadline on June 25th 2014 and the awards ceremony taking place on September 29th 2014 at Sheraton Park Line Hotel in London. The Awards […]

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» Sustainable Brands

Activation Hub at SB’14 San Diego to include interactive conversations with HP, Coca-Cola, Nissan, SAP, BASF, Target and more

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» Mark Spera

BeGood launches first-ever direct-to-consumer organic clothing line with 26 styles on June 3rd.

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» Home Depot

As the CEO of an ethical, sustainable and hopefully profitable business, you’ve worked hard to ensure that your company leaves the lightest possible footprint on the planet, right? Good. Now how about the place where you do all that great work from? If you’re a loyal reader of TriplePundit, you’ve probably already set up your office Green Team, which has doubtless […]

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» HP

HP to Host LIVE Twitter chat with CSRwire & Triple Pundit from Sustainable Brands 14

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» Green Challenge 2014

Marty Pickett, Executive Director & General Counsel of Rocky Mountain Institute has been a member of the jury since 2008. In this interview she tells all about the Green Challenge.

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» Dean Pa

The London Triathlon has a pretty unique backdrop. Triathlon is said to have its origins in rural France, while Americans claim that the first official such race took place on the California coast – wherever the first triathlon took place though, it’s unlikely that anyone in those locations foresaw a successful annual event of the same nature taking place in […]

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» Ginger Dosier

Ginger Dosier is an American sustainable entrepreneur who won 680,000 USD at the Green Challenge in 2013 for her revolutionary brick production process.

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» JP Concrete

While the damage caused by recent flooding has been unprecedented in British history, there are signs that the worst of the crisis may finally be over. This week, the Environment Agency confirmed that the Bewdley Bridge in flood-hit Worcestershire was to be reopened, after a careful inspection revealed that the risk of further damage had greatly diminished.

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» Dutch Postcode Lottery

The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is the largest annual worldwide competition for sustainable entrepreneurs who can instigate change. It is an effort of the Dutch Postcode Lottery to bring smart and innovative green products and services to the mass market and thereby helping to combat climate change. The competition aims to identify a product or a service that will reduce […]

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» e-MFP

Can microfinance help build a more environmentally sustainable future?

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» Eagle Consumables

Well not quite love, but maybe a little help… We are trying to understand a little about the US Food Industry and would welcome opportunities to talk to you about how it works. What’s in it for you? Well, my enormous gratitude, and a friend in New Zealand if you ever need any help setting up or visiting there!

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