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Greenvolved offers those who are concerned about the environment a means to direct donations to their favorite non-profits--a similar model to Kickstarter.
For the past six months eight rare breed pigs have been reared outdoors in Stepney City Farm, on a diet of food that would have otherwise been wasted.
Rising UK energy prices continue. In the United Kingdom, energy provider British Gas has just announced a huge hike in its prices. What should be done?
100% renewable energy to some may sound like nothing more than a pipe dream, but in reality, it already exists. Guest article from Mosaic.
Military investigators have filed criminal charges against a retired army colonel who launched a series of protests this spring for better benefits for Nagorno-Karabakh war veterans.
On September 9, the Small Steps, Big Wins Campus Challenge returned to college campuses around the world, empowering undergraduates to take small steps to create big social and environmental change.
The world’s largest corporations are increasingly embracing a climate positive strategy – and reaping tangible financial results.
Guest writer Elaine Cohen discusses how she is often approached by many different companies, organizations, groups or individuals for her expertise to help them--for free.
Together with Gol de Letra, adidas Brazil created Ginga Social, a sport-based after-school program implemented in in 5 Brazilian cities.
eBay has been in a conversation with employees and stakeholders around the world about positive social and environmental impacts we seek to drive as a company.
Wood is being recognized as being an abundant, affordable and green building resource, as well as for its functionality and reduced environmental impact.
Sustainability in the Gulf? The Middle East has recently embraced sustainable design and green building materials in a big way.