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Tag: Climate Change




Deploying Proven Technology for Climate Change

Business model innovation is more important today than new technology innovation if we want to stave off the worst impacts of climate change.

By Jigar Shah | 1 | Oct. 23, 2013

Socially Responsible Business

Sustainability Leadership: From Global to Local

Who will lead the move towards a sustainable future—the United States, Europe, China?

By Joe Zammit-Lucia | 1 | Oct. 9, 2013


Climate Risks: Linking Narratives to Action

To effectively manage climate risks we must strengthen ties between the mitigation and adaptation communities.



Corporate Social Responsibility Is Essential to Environmental Sustainability

Featuring Al Gore | Jul. 15, 2013

Technology & Design

What John Doerr Can Do for Women in Design

Overlooking the unique and invaluable role of women as design leaders is bad for business and for all of us.

By John Cary | 5 | Jul. 9, 2013

Impact Investing

Not Ideas About the Thing but the Thing Itself

Real assets can have real environmental impact and are ideal investments for young people with new wealth.

By Rufo Quintavalle | 5 | Jun. 4, 2013


From Technocracy to a Practical Politics

For the environmental movement to succeed, it needs to convert its ideas, science, theories, and activism into practical politics that can win votes on a large scale.

By Joseph Zammit-Lucia | 3 | May. 28, 2013


Stop Funding Duplicative Projects

By Christine E. Sherry | 5 | May. 15, 2013


Bottom-Up Solutions to Mitigating Climate Change



Why International Climate Negotiations Must End

The poisonous atmosphere of climate negotiations has resulted in paralysis; we must now focus on creating dialog and cooperation.

By Joe Zammit-Lucia | 2 | Feb. 14, 2013