Perhaps you’re too young to recall — or to have read — Robert Pirsig’s 1974 book, "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance."
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It’s been a little more than a decade since Google and TriMet, the transit authority for Portland, Oregon, partnered to create a standardized format for scheduled transit data called GTFS.
In case you missed it, GreenBiz launched a new daily newsletter lineup last week. And I’m excited to change things up.
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Last month, Nature Sustainability published the first global assessment of payment for ecosystem services (PES) programs, led by James Salzman, UCLA Law and UC Santa Barbara Bren School professor, as well as Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace.
Megacities are on the rise (PDF). There are 47 such areas around the globe, each housing more than 10 million residents.
Walk down the street on garbage day in many towns, and evidence of our love affair with online shopping is plain to see.
If you need to skip the straw at lunch today, consider this: Scientists found that even Arctic sea ice — far removed from most major metropolitan areas — is no longer plastic-free.
We need to talk about blockchain. Blockchain offers immense opportunities to achieve business and sustainability goals, but it will take serious collaboration to unleash its full potential.
The appetite from issuers and investors for green finance continues to strengthen worldwide: globally, issuance of labeled green bonds (PDF) jumped to nearly $160 billion in 2017.