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While eliminating human trafficking and sourcing from environmentally responsible suppliers are now common topics in supply chain management, in fact they are just two of many ways a company can have a positive impact on communities through its supp
Triple Pundit
8/21/2017

Pittsburgh: Leading Green Building Hub?

POTD: A green turtle feeding on the invasive seagrass, Halophila stipulacea, in St. John, Virgin Islands myd.as/p7625
A green turtle feeding on the invasive seagrass, Halophila stipulacea, in St. John, Virgin Islands - This photos shows a green sea turtle feeding on the invasive seagrass, Halophila stipulacea. More research is needed on how this rapidly spreading s

Interactive digital technology will breathe life into children’s drawings at teamLab’s Future Park exhibition at the V&A Waterfront’s Watershed.   This perfect family exhibition will come to South
Our World 2.0
8/19/2017

The White House recently embraced a proposal to cut legal immigration to the United States using a ‘merit’-based points system. Senior aides claim this would ensure migrants could support themselves financially, and not burden social services. The m
Eco Business
8/20/2017

Despite a growing obsession with the sleek all-glass aesthetic in architecture, floor-to-ceiling glass walls are not a good thing in almost any climate. International Finance Corporation green building expert Prashant Kapoor explains why.
Care2
8/19/2017

We all know that wild honey bees have had a tough time in the past few decades. Indeed, recent figures show that honey bee loss in the winter is almost double what scientists expected. Bee keepers report that the die-off in their hives has jumped fr
Care2
8/20/2017

Teacup, a sweet dwarf rabbit weighing roughly six pounds, was found injured and unable to walk in Central Park earlier this year. After finding the little bunny, a kind person saw that he was hurt and took him to Animal Care and Control in Manhattan
Care2
8/20/2017

Human activities are contaminating the world's water systems and disrupting wildlife. From toxic chemical runoff to the accumulation of litter miles away from land, here are five ways water pollution is killing animals:

$10 Trillion Missing From Pentagon And No One — Not Even the DoD — Knows Where It Is
  By Claire Bernish Over a mere two decades, the Pentagon lost track of a mind-numbing $10 trillion — that’s trillion, with a fat, taxpayer-funded “T” — and no one, not even the Department of Defense, knows where it went or on what it was spent. Eve




Hanson: Is California finally reaching the breaking point

Hanson: Is California finally reaching the


5 myths about farmed seafood

5 myths about farmed seafood


Arizona Regulators Approve Solar Compromise

Arizona Regulators Approve Solar Compromise


The first animals evolved during the absolute worst time on Earth

The first animals evolved during the absolute


Turf cut on stage two of Ings regeneration

Turf cut on stage two of Ings regeneration






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