Archives for Top Stories of 2017 - Page 25
In the Philippines, Coca-Cola and WWF built the country’s first plant-based billboard. Spanning 60 by 60 feet, the billboard is composed of Fukien tea plants, each of which can absorb 13 pounds of CO2 a year
Can solar energy and NASCAR embed sustainability in the minds of sports enthusiasts and hard-working families who just want a day of fun and affordable entertainment? It’s happening at Sonoma’s Infineon Racetrack, and needs to scale elsewhere.
Read John Elkington’s insight on issues including CSR and a meeting of the minds with quality and efficiency professionals on Guardian Sustainable Business.
Long-term thinking is missing in US politics, and one huge factor is because of the demise of moderates, once known as “Rockefeller Republicans,” within the Grand Old Party.
With all the talk over who, how, and what saved--or did not save--the economy from going over a cliff, it is critical to remember that Walmart had a role in stabilizing the American economy, and now is setting the foundation for its future.
For two days I will be here in San Francisco for ASQ's Pathways to Social Responsibility Conference, which will focus on demands for quality and performance with the need for social responsibility.
At the 2022 World Cup artifical clouds constructed from a lightweight carbon fiber and filled with helium will soar above stadiums, blocking 120 degree heat. Perhaps.
Last Friday, Mozambique’s government declared Lake Niassa, the third largest lake in Africa, a protected reserve for the areas of the lake that fall within its borders.
GreenGoPost is now based in hometown, Silicon Valley (San Jose). Los Angeles has served me well for several years, but I have decided to pursue opportunities up north. After freelancing and working on many exciting and challenging projects the past few years, I have decided what is available in the Bay Area is more aligned with my long term goals.
If Steve Jobs and the city of Cupertino can agree, Apple Inc. will build a new futuristic Silicon Valley campus and move into the new digs in 2015.
Thanks to an announcement next week that the company will transition to cage-free eggs, Krispy Kreme fans can enjoy their favorite guilty pleasure a little more.
Vodafone's highlights include the greater empowerment of women with its participation in the UN’s GSMA mWomen program; the tackling of its carbon footprint through increased energy efficiency programs, and increasing e-waste. And then there is Egypt.