If you viewed Earth from far above (and for better or worse, this book will often take a high, wide perspective), roofs would probably be the first feature of human civilization you’d notice.
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This week, I had the opportunity to participate in a unique event hosted by the Center for Humane Technology (CHT), focused on the urgency and opportunity in evolving a new direction for the tech industry — specifically, reversing the digital attention crisis and realigning technology with humanity’s best interests.
The U.S. Senate voted against the Green New Deal, but its interlinked climate, job and social justice goals are still percolating.
Organic agriculture has transitioned from fringe to mainstream over the past two decades, with sales showing double-digit growth for many years and big retailers such as Costco embracing organic products.
As CSOs, we typically get pretty good at public presentations, learning how to engage audiences early, to give a compelling presentation without slides (or at least without slides loaded with verbose 12-point bullets), how to blank the screen so that the audience will focus on us — or, better, on one another.
UC-Berkeley's student government passed a resolution supporting the "intent" of AOC's Green New Deal.
Climate change no longer can be passed off as tomorrow’s problem.
For the past seven years, Microsoft has held business units accountable for their carbon footprints by charging an internal fee on emissions that it has used to fund climate change mitigation efforts — anything from offsets to energy efficiency projects to renewables investments.
Governments are increasingly banning the use of plastic products, such as carryout bags, straws, utensils and microbeads. T
I write this week from (surprisingly sunny) Seattle at SPC Impact, the Sustainable Packaging Coalition’s annual conference.