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How The NHL Is Greening The Game
Director, Earned Media
American NHL fans are 11 times more likely to recycle plastic, glass and paper than the average American.
Women Living With Green Hearts
Gay Kenney Browne
Founder of Greenopia, Environmental Therapist, Mom, and Humani...
The theme was "Business as (Un)Usual: Where Purpose Meets Profit" and included an assembly of renowned female professionals
5 Companies Giving Back To Hawai'i
Hawaii Writer & Blogger
I have learned that Hawai'i is so much more than beaches, fruity cocktails and surf competitions. It is a chain of islands rich in history and culture, a community with no racial majority and a constant source of beauty and inspiration.
Environmental newspaper columnist
It was sad to see Senator John McCain in a recent floor speech publically shed the last vestiges of his pro-environmental maverick identity. It was an identity that reached its apex two decades ago, when he was frequently urging his conservative-minded party to follow him into green pastures.
A Green Solution to Overseas Hunger
Journalist, Editor, Author
It all started when a 65-year-old retired carpenter named Fred Colgan met Damon Ogle, an engineer with a new "green" stove design.
Creating a Kinder Earth
Kari Warberg Block
Founder and CEO, Earth-Kind
Earth Day comes once a year, but every day should be seen as a celebration of this amazing planet we call home.
Private Sector Leads on Clean Energy
Vice President and Director of the Energy & Climate Program, N...
The private sector is leading the way toward a cleaner energy future. Across the country, companies are setting internal carbon reduction goals, building more efficient factories, putting up wind and solar panels -- and asking their suppliers to do the same.
Not a Cloud in the Sky
Screenwriter, playwright, blogger
As our insatiable appetite for instant access to all of our info-stuff expands, the number of data centers containing massive servers is expanding, exponentially. And these facilities all need power. Electricity. Lots of it.
The Attack on the Environment Must Stop
Associate director of communications, NRDC
Since Republicans gained control of the U.S. House of Representatives following the 2010 elections, the body has waged the single worst legislative assault in history against the foundational safeguards we all depend on to protect our environment and health.
Sports Can Bring Change
CEO of Steinberg Sports & Entertainment
Sports can be a rich source of content supply to stimulate attitudinal change in the public.
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Cape Spin: An American Power Struggle
Stefanie Penn Spear
Founder and CEO of EcoWatch
provides an in-depth look into the well-funded political tug-of-war that has transpired since the original 2001 proposal for Cape Wind's energy project.
Why the Environmental Movement Is Not Winning
Journalist and historian
The way to build a broad movement around environment and climate solutions is to mobilize diverse communities of people around issues that are much closer to their self-interest.
Google's Green Czar to Leave Company
Alison van Diggelen
Host of Fresh Dialogues, BBC Contributor
Today Bill Weihl, Google's Green Czar, confirmed that he's leaving the company as of November 8th. What does this mean for the future of Green at Google?
Retailers Go Green: Ditching Paper And Emailing Receipts
Those who can't stand keeping a wallet full of receipts will be thrilled, but some consumers won't see this as a good move
Sustainability's Faustian Dilemma
The idea of sustainability -- which should be a perfectly sensible notion -- is often viewed as requiring a trade-off: In order to improve the environment, we'll have to sacrifice something.
Recycling and Reusable Grocery Bags Won't Solve the Climate Crisis: We Must Do More
Recycling and reusable grocery bags should be a part of everyones routine. However, if you pride yourself in thinking you have made a difference I must sadly report that you have not.
"HOLLYWOOD GOES GREEN" SUMMIT
Stefanie Michaels is a travel/lifestyle expert for the media
The Hollywood Event to Focus Sustainable Innovation and Corporate Responsibility About iHollywood Forum, Inc.™ Founded in
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