This week I am off to Ljubljana, Slovenia, and then Italy, for a conference that will hopefully be a step forward for the world's oceans and marine life.
California will expand its cap-and-trade program in early 2015 by mandating refineries participate in the program. Is this a step forward for the state?
The AARP has an impressive archive that inspires its members to advocate for more “liveable communities.”
The ocean conservation advocacy group Oceana alleges that the shrimp industry dupes consumers on the sourcing of the shrimp they are buying.
Beorum Apparel delivers sustainable merino wool sweaters that are sourced from farms and factories where people, and animals, are treated ethically.
Punta Ballena has long been one of the most popular gathering spots in Uruguay, and it is easy to see why.
Now Starbucks is whipping a lot of foam, and frenzy, over the “drag queen commercial” it has recently released.
The Nature Conservancy and Harley-Davidson are working to "Renew the Ride" and plant 50 million trees worldwide by 2025.
Dollar General and Pets at Home are among the 27 companies that have been through the KKR Green Portfolio Program.
Should we start to view meat as a luxury? The environmental costs, ethics and cost to public health all suggest we need to rethink meat.
Adobe recently released its most recent corporate responsibility report, which focuses on youth programs and social impact.
The Responsible Down Standard announced 10 more brands, including the North Face and Eddie Bauer, have committed to more responsibly sourced down.