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Google Buses Symbolize A Tale of Two Cities

Coined “Google buses,” the long-haul commuter shuttles (most operated by third-party vendors) transport Google, Facebook, Apple, Yahoo and other tech employees day-in and…
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Individual Investors Can Now Divest From Fossil Fuels with One ETF

A new exchange-traded fund offers investors a means to match their portfolios with their values backed by data. And get this, it's outperformed…

Companies, Communities Step Up to Inspire Nations to Help Syrian Refugees

If Nova Scotia's Mi'kaq First Nations are successful in their petition to the Canadian government, the island of Cape Breton will be a…

Big-Time Companies Hop Aboard the Climate Pledge

Thirteen well-known companies have signed President Barack Obama’s climate pledge, each promising to tackle environmental issues in its particular field. Here are their…

Apple Forges Historic Partnership on Forests

Apple is making waves in conservation and green energy as well as Internet and computing technology. On April 16, Apple and the Conservation…
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Even Apple Gaming Apps Reveal Tech is Still a Boy’s World

One 12-year-old girl, writing in an op-ed for the Washington Post, shows how bias against women in the tech sector is even showing…
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Apple Invests $3 Billion in Solar Energy

“We know that climate change is real,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said. “Our view is that the time for talk has passed, and…
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Data Center Renewables Starting to Have a Ripple Effect

Data center advocacy has moved tech companies to renewable energy at an alarming rate. In some cases, it even helped change laws.

Note to Tim Cook: We Need Corporate Action, Not Another ‘It Gets Better’ Story

If you’re going to take a stand on a social issue – with all of Apple’s power and might – make it matter!

CDP Connects Climate Action and Financial Results

The CDP S&P 500 Climate Change Report 2014, from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is good news for those who see a financial…

Labor and Environment Issues Plague Apple for Third Year

Environmental issues and labor complaints at Chinese plants have put Apple under the microscope for the third year. Suicides, a plant explosion in…

5 Tips for Engaging With Your Community in a New Location

Obviously, you can’t do much to convince a community that you’re local when you’re not. It would be foolish to even try. But…

3p Weekend: 10 Companies That Stand for LGBT Equality

As marriage equality legislation makes its way through courtrooms across the country, it's clear that equality will soon be the norm rather than…

Apple’s Environmental Report Reveals Major Accomplishments, More Work To Be Done

Apple’s carbon footprint shrank 3 percent from 2012 to 2013. It's a modest decline, but this is the first time the tech giant…
Harley-Davidson Signals Climate Change is Mainstream

Harley-Davidson Signals Climate Change is Mainstream

Climate Change mainstream? Harley-Davidson, whose brand is arguably nonexistent without a combustion engine, just introduced an electric motorcycle.