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Three ways you can help your health while helping the environment
Millions of lives could be saved with better energy and food policies
Changing times call for changes in how we protect and restore habitat
For conservation to succeed today, we must innovate, test different approaches and share lessons learned
Now more than ever we need to address the environment and human rights together
Keeping race, class and gender at the forefront of the environmental movement is a win for all in trying times.
The amazing opportunity 2017 is bringing to business
If we can show how sustainability drives value, the private sector can lead the way to a better world.
We’ve done a good job of envisioning a better world. Now we need to build it.
It’s time to deliver on the goals we’ve set for a more peaceful, resilient planet.
For our food system’s sake, let’s say “no” to corporate consolidation
Mergers puts food workers and small-scale farmers at risk and increase vertical integration, hurting farmers’ ability to compete.
Technology got us into this climate mess, and it can help get us out — if we let it
Challenges of this scale require people to want to solve it, and we’re not there yet.
It’s time to stop overspending our freshwater budget
If freshwater is to remain a renewable resource, we must balance supply and demand on farms, in cities, in industry and in power production.
Envisioning a bright future for people and our planet
Is the United States ready for offshore aquaculture?
Although coastal aquaculture has long been seen as harmful to the environment, some are calling for…
Clean water is a basic human right, and we can and should make it affordable to everyone
As we invest in our public water systems — and we must — we need to distribute costs equitably.
Here’s what we need to accelerate progress on the UN’s 2030 global energy goals
We’ve made good progress already, but supportive polices and more capital will be critical to…
How a new way of thinking about soil sparked a national movement in agriculture
As word gets around that soil is alive, farmers have adopted a whole new attitude toward their land
Watch: How a Costa Rican cooperative slashed the carbon footprint of coffee
Raise your hand if your day starts with a cup of coffee (or two). You’re not alone. Around the…
In the fishing industry, gear recycling is finally catching on
Old fishing nets clutter harbors and kill sea life. But entrepreneurs are changing that.
This polluted lake shows why we are all stakeholders when it comes to clean water
When environmental protection gets short shrift, the price we pay can be staggering.
How new technologies are shrinking wastewater’s hefty carbon footprint
Communities looking to reduce fossil fuel use find opportunity in energy-hogging treatment plants.
: Clean water is a basic human right, and we can and should make it affordable to everyone
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is alive - and more & more farmers understand that - changing their attitude toward their land: https://t.co/FTqPe5IBJI
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: Good morning all! Let’s start
with some actionable
principles from the excellent… https://t.co/7UEe44KzWZ
, four concrete suggestions for advancing global sustainability:
: For Earth Day (4/22) METRO Blue & Green Lines will be operated 100% by wind power.
: Is the United States ready for deep-water, offshore aquaculture? The pros and cons in
Is the U.S. ready for offshore aquaculture?
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